I love veiny hands. When they pop out, travel in raised rivers just beneath the skin. Faintly blue or green reminders that we are human, with blood coursing through our bodies that somehow keeps us alive. To walk, to run, to swim, to write, to love. We are alive.
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I graduated from UC Irvine in 2007, moved to Los Angeles, and worked with arts/community organizations throughout the city from 2007-2012. Most formative have been my experiences with Tuesday Night Project and Asian American lesbian web series That's What She Said. Recently, I was a First-Year Public Ally and S. Mark Taper Foundation Fellow working as a case manager with homeless and low-income seniors in Downtown Los Angeles' Skid Row. I'm currently spreading roots to Oakland, CA while continuing to be very much in love with Los Angeles. View all posts by Narinda