Winter – Pt. 1

‘She is not afraid of the snow for her household: for all her household are clothed with scarlet.’ Proverbs 31:21 I’m going to make a bold statement and say that ‘this winter has been the harshest in years!’ Harsh in terms of weather across the entire country of course, but worse, it’s been a beast of a winter for the sensitive types of this world. I can … Continue reading Winter – Pt. 1

The Fall: The Light in Her Eyes

They were always there; on the table, in her purse, and forever in her hand. The hand that was meant to hold mine, ever-consumed by that which will kill her. They were always there, taking up space – silently drawing her in. Menthol filling the air. Tainting the walls of her delicately conceived dream. Though they were accepted as a normal part of our lives, I … Continue reading The Fall: The Light in Her Eyes

Mix-ups, Malfunctions, and Misunderstandings

I woke this morning, as I do every morning, filled with the pleasant feeling of wholeness. My mind full of intention and purpose. My body at ease, reveling in the peace of a good night’s sleep. I wake every day with the sense that I could conquer the world. There is a moment, a second or two, as my eyes are opening, and my senses … Continue reading Mix-ups, Malfunctions, and Misunderstandings

Ticking Clocks

In May, I found myself once again hitting the reset button, following a tumultuous year of sharing space with my in-laws.  After a gradual downward spiral spanning the better part of eleven months, I knew something had to be done. I should have done it sooner, but I was imprisoned by the negative energy of others. Stripping me of every ounce of faith, hope, and … Continue reading Ticking Clocks

Get Up!

Knocked Out When I look back over the past five years, especially the past two – I am floored by how much I have evolved. And how often! My Instagram page tells part of the story but honestly it doesn’t even come close!! I sit here listening to Charli XCX – Black Roses and I’m instantly transported back two years. Transported to the moment when … Continue reading Get Up!