Good Morning you beautiful people you! I want to take you on another journey, that involves my wonderful little sister. Over the last month, it has been pretty hectic to say the least. The boyfriend and I have been working on getting a lot of our shit packed to move into out apartment (WHICH IS LESS THAN… Continue reading Sisterly Adventures (Part 2)
Hello again my friends. It has been awhile I know, but I’m back. So let’s talk about what you have missed out on over the last month. Well this season of Big Brother kicked off at the beginning of this month, which if any of you know me know how obsessed I am with this… Continue reading Back From The Dead.
My little sister is my most favorite human on the planet (aside from my brother of course). We have a bond, and I never realized how special a sisterly bond is, until she was born. She lived with my mom while growing up so her and I were never really close until I got a… Continue reading Sisterly Adventures.
Another fathers day has come and gone. For those still lucky enough to have dads, what did you do to celebrate them? I am one of those lucky souls to still have a dad that I can celebrate with, however my story is a sticky one. Take a step into my time machine, so I… Continue reading Father.
On April 20, 1999 two students opened fire at Columbine High School in Littleton, CO. I was 18 years old and I realized for the first time school was no longer a place you could feel safe from the… Source: How Do I Teach Love, Acceptance, and Compassion?
Okay, okay, I know that this is a day late and a dollar short. Get off my back, Jesus! Yesterday was national donut day, it was a pretty delicious day if I do say so myself. I worked, so I didn’t have the opportunity to start my day off with a sugar bagel. I did… Continue reading Happy Donut Day!
Since being in a relationship, one that I have been in now for almost 4 years; I have come to notice something that I get that a lot of women don’t. A tradition that has been lost over many decades. When my grandparents were alive, I watched them. I watched how they interacted with one… Continue reading A lost tradition.