A scary topic for an ex-gymast. A scary topic for a female. A scary topic for humans in general.
Relationships are hard. I can promise you that.
When I'm in my feelings I turn to writing. No matter what it is. It can be about my relationships, about money, about family, or about work. I am no poet, but my words tend to flow when my fingers hit the keyboard like nothing I've ever done before. Maybe how I used to tumble … Continue reading Mild Salsa
We struggle. We make mistakes. We argue. But there is always support. We lift each other up. We apologize. We want the best for each other. We strive to make each other better; to make each other feel appreciated and respected. Our personal goals are aligned with what we want for our relationships. We are … Continue reading Quality Over Quantity
As I publish my 50th post I contemplate all that you know about me. I contemplate what I know about myself, what I have expressed to you, and how to continue expressing it. The whole point of this is to show myself that it is okay to be imperfect, it is okay to post a … Continue reading 50th Post
'Dropped the ball' is the understatement of the century. I couldn't bring myself to watch Nassar's sentencing hearing this week (until the actual sentencing). I watched the first 4 days cringing and holding back tears while young ladies face the monster who sexually abused them. In the midst of those statements were unimaginable stories of … Continue reading How did this happen?
Wow! I am writing this a year after I attended the Women's March in Atlanta on January 21, 2017 Let Us March. A day that changed my outlook and changed my life. As the year progressed I have tried to narrow down my options to one issue to spend my time and money on. The … Continue reading Women
"First of all, people are much more unhappy than one thinks...and there is no such thing as a grown up. Everyone is destined to experience not only the exhilaration of life, but also its inevitable darkness: disillusionment, aging, illness, isolation, loss, meaninglessness, painful choices, and death." Have patience with everything unresolved and try to love … Continue reading Tragic but Realistic