Don’t be cautiously happy, just be happy!
My Mom is a teacher. While many will hear me say that and understand the true value of her job title, some won’t. For as long as I can remember my mom has opened her heart and her classroom to hundreds of students. Every year, every class…those students are “her kids”. I listen to her… Continue reading Leveling the Playing Field…
I’ve heard, time and time again, when you meet “the one”, you’ll just know. Umm? Really? Like, right then? Will I see a sign? Like an actual person holding a sign? Is confetti involved? Yeah, no. Not the case for me. None of the above. Not even close. I’ve dated (I hate dating), I’ve been… Continue reading When do you know?
Experiencing grief takes you down a painful path, you lose pieces of yourself, some you get back, others you don’t. There is no coming out on the “other side” because once you really experience grief, your path, your direction changes entirely and you’re just not going that way anymore.