It's okay to take a break.
We can't talk to the girl in Target who told us she loved our shoes. We can't help the older woman in the parking lot who's fallen. We can't wear anything that might make us appealing to a stranger. We can't go jogging. We can't walk to our cars at night. We can't appear vulnerable.… Continue reading I’m just scared.
When I yell, you roll your eyes and I appreciate it more each time. You just don't take me seriously, and that's something I never thought I'd want to find. Now I can't imagine wanting anything different. We take long walks and I know I just talk a whole lot. But you pretend to care… Continue reading
I feel lucky, every single day, to be where I am right now. We all have a past. I have demons; I have skeletons in my closet. Some of the people I chose to let in to my life, and some of the choices I made... I could have been given less of a chance… Continue reading There was always a light.
To the one who has taught me all of the most important things in life, like how to make homemade mac & cheese, and that I can always say “Sorry, my mom said no” when I don’t want to do something... Even at 25, I’m still using that one. She taught me that what may… Continue reading Here’s to you, Mom.
I almost pass out a lot. Like, a lot. Probably once a month, and it's different every time. Once a month may not sound like a "very often" thing... until it's happening to you, and all you can think is "Not again, not again." I don't know why it happens. I haven't been able to… Continue reading
Pick up that candy wrapper you see blowing across the parking lot. Rinse and recycle your yogurt containers. Print less at work. Wash your face with soap and water instead of using makeup removing wipes. Not just on Earth Day, but every day. ✌🏼 ♥️ 🌏