A blank sheet of paper is a beautiful object to me. It doesn’t limit me, expect anything from me, or ask anything of me. When I look at a clean sheet of paper with those crisp lines, it screams, “LET IT ALL OUT”. There’s no … Continue reading The Beauty in Paper
The pressure is automatically on the moment you find out you’re pregnant. Will I be a good mom? Is having a baby the best idea right now? How will my significant other feel? What will my parents say? Who’s going to watch my baby when … Continue reading And I’m Still Not Ready
Last night my girls and I – my friends not my daughters – were sitting in the car talking about our relationships. Out of the three of us, two of us are married. Of course, with us all being different people we shared different stories. … Continue reading Do You Have A Plan?
Many of us can be “the fixer” for others but not ourselves on any occasion. We find ourselves solving others issues, giving advice then later wondering, “Damn! Why can’t I help myself the way I help everybody else?”. It’s never that simple though, ever, but … Continue reading Stay OUT The Middle
For a while now I’ve been sitting on these thoughts of what they – our parents or guardians – didn’t teach us. We’re taught manners, we’re taught the way of life or how to just get by (most of us), we’re taught right from wrong, … Continue reading Why Didn’t They Teach Us About LOVE?
There are a few types of people you should stay away from, but I’m going to tell you the three I’ve been dealing with for a while now that I suggest you’d stay away from; The habitual liar – the person that lies so much … Continue reading “But You Know How I Am”
If you really pay attention, you’ll notice a lot of stay at home moms say, “I never saw myself being a stay-at -home”, “This wasn’t the plan”, or something of that nature. Being as though I’m one I can say that it’s for sure the … Continue reading “Can You Stay Home With The Kids?”: Military Spouse Edition