I woke up feeling a bit sentimental over my mother today. I find it surprising since I have been upset with her lately. Try as I might to figure it out, I’ve decided to just allow it. What is it about mother’s? I can never be mad at her for long. Even when she has … More Throwback Thursday – Mommy and Me
It is said that every action is done either out of love or out of fear. We eat healthy because we love our body or we eat healthy out of fear of getting sick. We may call our significant other because we want to express our love or we call because we fear losing them. … More Choosing Fear
I am really trying to always treat people as if they are already my friend. It is amazing how many people you can light up. So many people are just lonely. Make someone’s day and have a conversation with a total stranger. You will both be better for it. They just may be what you’ve … More Say, “Hello!”
I wrote the following Guest Post for the blog, Lessons from the end of a marriage. Please be sure to check out Lisa’s amazing journey and wise insights into marriage and divorce. Thank you Lisa for the Guest Post!! Recently, my husband and I were on a walk and I was in a rather silly mood. I was being goofy and … More Walking Like Sasquatch
As a young child and into my teens, I consistently wrote letters to my grandmother. She lived a few states away and our families only came together for Christmas and summer vacation, but we were always communicating. Writing thank you notes and life updates to her were never a chore. When I think of writing … More A life in letters.
Chik, chuk, chik, chuk; the hazards beat a dull heart. We line the cars up along the sepia-tinted streets of my childhood. There are flags trembling, a light drizzle. I am alone in my car, waving to my best friend just ahead. It is a parade, a homecoming, a funeral. “Homecoming” by Jen Groeber: Mama Art … More Fifty Word Inspiration