"It is basically the equivalent of a hummingbird sized mosquito. Or if a hummingbird and a mosquito hybrid existed, this monster was it."
Dear Mother, There are so many things that I still wanted to do with you. We always talked about more dances together. We have gone out dancing together twice in our lives. I thought we had so many more late nights left to go. We joked about loving dancing so much, we would go out,... Continue Reading →
The funny thing, or not so funny thing, about our perception of beauty towards others and towards ourselves, is that they are on completely different scales. I run around all day seeing the beauty in other women. I hear their insecurities, but think how there is no need for the harsh words they tell themselves. ... Continue Reading →
After losing my mom, I was flooded with messages from friends and family sending their love and condolences. I found myself finding solace in talking about what happened. In random conversation, I would start to talk about my loss, to anyone close enough to listen. Coworkers in the break room, friends on social media, any... Continue Reading →