New Year, New… Well, You Just Do You

Happy 2016, everyone! I sincerely hope everyone had a great holiday season and are ready to take on the new year! I used to make resolutions every damn year, and I have to admit I still make goals of some sort even though I know I am probably setting myself up for something other than…

Fragments Of Love Friday ~ A Fairytale Escape

I have been quite short-tempered the past couple days. The slightest things have been annoying me, and my patience has been reduced to negative numbers on the tolerance scale. Maybe I’ve had too much shitty food lately… too much anger-inducing dairy foods (is that a thing? maybe?) and not enough calming, magnesium-rich nuts, seeds, and veggies.…

Doing Life

Stagnation. Despair. Hope. Those are the three words that essentially describe how I had been feeling. And yes, that’s a contradictory mess that made up my headspace. It was very much a yo-yo spectrum of emotions cycling through me. The causes were wide and varied, and I will not go into much detail about that.…

One Crazy August

It’s been so long since I’ve written a single word not in an email that I ask you to please forgive me if this post just turns out to be one convoluted mess of a read. As of August 15th, we have officially been living in Seattle for a year. And let me tell ya, folks……

The New 40

The weeks leading up to me turning 40 years of age have been a big ol’ mixed bag of emotions. On one hand, I’m cool with it and even looking forward to it. On the other hand, I’m more aware of my mortality and all that that little concept entails. Impending old age and death can…

Celebrating Summer By Cycling Nude… Why Not?

Sometimes, the city of Seattle makes me truly like her… If I could only pick one nice thing to say about this city, it’s that the freedom of expression here is insurmountable… which is a good thing. Especially at a time when it seems like our country is going backwards in its views and actions… that…

My Relationship With Words

Can reading make you happier? I think for a lot of us, we think “Uh, duh. Of course.” It would take the rest of my life probably to count how many times reading has helped me throughout my life, but I can definitely recall the major difficulties. And without fail, I always resorted to books…

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