We are all different, but there are some of us who feel a bit more peculiar that others. I am one of those people. Being different makes me happy, even if it makes me stand out. That is why I feel that the phrase, “love with your heart and not with your eyes,” makes no … Continue reading Love Shouldn’t be Blind
They say never look back, but sometimes memories from the past are resurfaced with just a phrase. It was something mentioned in passing that felt like the digging up of mistakes from the past. We all know our past has cultivated the present self but we try to negate it, as if we currently don’t … Continue reading She’s Like That Now. . .
There is a common thread among people who learn of my writing. “What do you write?,” they ask. . .sometimes I immediately want to say, what don’t I write but that does not satisfy the answer. I feel as though I write everything, so to me what matters most is why I write. I am … Continue reading What do you write?
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There is this crippling certainty of what we don't want. We spent over a decade in a relationship knowing what it's like being attached to the hip to someone. The very same someone who once knew us better than anyone else and yet never seemed to remember after countless conversations that, "no thank you, I … Continue reading For those of us starting over. . .
I have a paper and two quizzes due by midnight tonight, so I decided to bring myself to Starbucks to focus. If I were at home I would inevitably take a nap that turned into hours. Sure, I would wake up with just enough time to get my work done but it would be less … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day
I've overcome some obstacles, some big, some little; they varied in facets and depths. During the storm I ask why has it rained on my parade. . .how did I get stuck in quicksand. . .why, why, WHY didn't things go according to plan? I have learned so many things from these unsolicited obstacles that … Continue reading I’ll Know When I Get There
I was driving home the other night with my son. We were just strolling along with the music in the background, it was one of those rare moments that we were completely silent. When out of the blue Jon says, "I got it!, she is not the one" (he's speaking of a particular person who … Continue reading My Neo
At this point in my life I have heard the phrase, "blood is thicker than water" one too many times. While I agree that scientifically this holds true I do not agree that it is the correct means of identifying family. I have a great deal of friends, coworkers and extended family that have been … Continue reading Blood & Water