There is something about the spring time that makes me miss you the most. I listen for your voice as I watch the Earth come alive around me. You were Mother Nature’s tour guide as you excitedly spoke of the wildlife around us as if it were gold. To us, it was gold. I close … More I Miss You In The Spring Time
It’s been three years since my mother died and I’m so over the grieving process. She was my best friend. My light in each day. My safe place. My home. And then she was just gone. The first year was naturally horrible, but it felt manageable. The second year, I wasn’t so sure I was going to … More After 3 Years, I’m Done With The Word “Grief”
We all seem to be in search of the seemingly ethereal concept of a soulmate. Do they even exist? And if they do, how the hell are you supposed to find yours out of the 7.5 billion people on Earth? This is something I have mulled over time and time again over the years. My opinions … More Soulmates: Do They Even Exist?
To all of the people who have sneered at you for being 35 and single. To all the times you and your husband have been asked why you haven’t had children yet. To anyone who’s has asked, “What are you waiting for?” To the straight-up A$$H0L3$ who have told you that “you aren’t getting any … More Why We Need To End Society’s Idea Of A Social Timeline
Okay, this sounds like it’s about to be super cynical. Stick with me. It will work its way out into something positive (because POSITIVITY!!!). This year of metamorphosis has been such a good thing for me. As I’ve written before, it’s really stemmed from this unconditional self love paired with a deeper understanding of myself. This … More I’m Happy & I Know It, But I Couldn’t Clap My Hands
Yesterday was the one year anniversary of the day that turned my world upside down and the starting point of this little writing adventure. On this anniversary, I had no time to cry as my friends kept me occupied and laughing for nearly 24 hours straight. It was truly something incredible. At the end of the day … More One Year
When we lose things in life, it’s really difficult to find places in which we may have grown. As I have written before, there is a growth in tragedy, but I have recently discovered a different type of growth. Something way beyond strength. Something very personal. Maybe you can relate…and if you can’t, this can … More Something To Gain
I’ve always been the type of person who had a hard time admitting that I actually had feelings. I’m a very emotional person, but I’ve always kept the feelings inside. Throughout my life, especially these past few years, I have worked on finding ways to handle my feelings safely and effectively, without pushing them all … More Feel It All