I remember the morning my world s h a t t e r e d. It came, bursting and bright, barreling through our bedroom window like a meteor. I didn’t stir. After the explosion you slipped from the safety of our bed, quiet and calm, and placed your feet upon the shards of me I had yet to discover had been br ok en. Tell me, did your feet bleed? I heard you, sweeping up the jagged pieces of confidence that I would forget I lost and listened to you count the days, you knew, I would struggle to breathe….
Dear husband, I’m not the same women you met back in 2009, not even c l o s e. There are some deep-seeded ideologies that have dredged my soul; thoughts and resolutions that have shaken my perspective and challenged my worldview. But before we get started, you should know – it’s not me, it’s you. Singularity ain’t so scary Individualism should be celebrated “What if I’m destined to be alone?” A question I asked my mom – repeatedly – at the tender age of twelve. Someone, somewhere, convinced me that some souls are built for singularity and I was choking on…
Dear homeowner, It’s been one week since the closing and I wonder… Have you decorated? Re-painted? Have you filled your garbage with junk mail addressed to the Mode’s and disposed of the old camping gear in the basement? Are your vehicles tucked safely in the garage or is that where the boxes are currently living? Its hard to imagine you nesting It’s hard to imagine you nesting; filling the cabinets and closets with things that are foreign. You see, we never wanted to leave Ludlow, it was just starting to become a home. Regardless, I digress. Here are some things you should know about life at Ludlow: You’re Welcome. When we bought Ludlow there wasn’t…
There is nothing right about death but it’s as natural as breathing.
Sometimes its okay to turn your back on the perfect opportunity to gain a greater awareness of self. Game changers work hard, we are not entitled to success.
I plead guilty of an ungrateful disposition when I wake in the morning.
Look to my right and see; no one is concerned for me. I have no refuge; no one cares for my life.
Take care of your college career, your not only getting an education, your building a foundation for the rest of your life.
A discussion with a YMCA grandmother on tech and toddlers.
That light bulb moment is real and it may not have anything to do with illumination…