Episode 17, or That One Time a Neighbor Used the Line “She’s my baby momma, but we’re not together” to Hit On Me.

It's the 17th episode of TBD With LDT, and Monday's recording session started with me hoping that the noise reduction tool would more or less mask the clomp-clomp-clomp of the kids playing happily in the apartment right above us. Musing on the nature of apartment life led easily into some anecdotes about past experiences living … Continue reading Episode 17, or That One Time a Neighbor Used the Line “She’s my baby momma, but we’re not together” to Hit On Me.

TBD With LDT, Ep. 3 “Representation/Narrative, Part 1”

Episode Three of TBD With LDT is about representation and narrative...and it's the first of a series on representation/narrative.  As always, this is a stream-of-consciousness recording session, and due to the nature of the topics, and the layers upon layers of meaning and implication, this particular podcast wanders a bit....but it always wanders throughout the … Continue reading TBD With LDT, Ep. 3 “Representation/Narrative, Part 1”

Habits.

(TW/CW: depression, anxiety, alcoholism)   In my years-long journey with depression and anxiety, there are various habits that I have developed.  Some of these habits are positive ones, the ones that help me maintain and practice awareness so that I can actively combat depression.  Some of these habits are symptoms of the depression itself--subtly self-destructive … Continue reading Habits.

I Can’t Pick Up What You’re Putting Down

I Can't Pick Up What You're Putting Down By Laura Dickinson-Turner Written on 10/21/2012 This thing is heavy. We carry it around with us on frail frames, Fearing the lightness. Fearing freedom. This thing called equality is heavy. We carry it on curled-in countenances, Clinging to the false concept. Cold creation of politics and rhetoric. … Continue reading I Can’t Pick Up What You’re Putting Down