“Some things are hard to write about. After something happens to you, you go to write it down, and either you over dramatize it, or underplay it, exaggerate the wrong parts or ignore the important ones. At any rate, you […]
Of all the things I thought I would inherit from my mother, I never imagined it would end up being her fondness of cultivating a garden. Last year, in a fit of sentimentality, I got home a Tulsi plant (ocimum […]
I have never been able to write poetry, but I have always enjoyed reading the works of those gifted in the art (namely, those who do not tag their work with #spilledink or break regular sentences into five different lines […]
To call me a Harry Potter fan is an understatement. I have been a part of the Harry Potter fandom for the last EIGHTEEN years. I am the original Harry Potter generation, that first bunch of kids who were the […]
Last year, I found myself witnessing the largest pride celebration on this planet, the 46th annual New York City Pride March. An electric, colorful, almost Mardi Gras-esque celebration of love and life, that was attended by a record setting 32,000 marchers. […]
A while ago, buried somewhere deep in the backwaters of the Internet, I came across this quote by an anonymous Tumblr user. The words made me nostalgic for something I hadn’t even experienced yet. It was odd (and yet it was […]
That’s So Annie are the chronicles of a queer, immigrant brown woman who is many things – photographer, marketer, social media junkie, engineer, incurable geek, rescue cat mom, activist – but most importantly, she is a storyteller trying to change the world, one day at a time.