Podcasts that Help: Recent Finds While Binge Subscribing

Since the internet and I have had such a hard time lately, I've turned full throttle to it's distant cousin - The Podcast. Any menial task with an excellent podcast pair quite well together. But, finding a good podcast can be tricky. For me, the following rules must apply before I subscribe: If it's a women's … Continue reading Podcasts that Help: Recent Finds While Binge Subscribing

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Raw

I'm too raw. I'm scared to death. I want to write but it all feels like new skin that must be shielded because the light with either scorch it or the wind with throw up the dust and infect it. I want to write. Really. I just don't know what to say. The crazy thing … Continue reading Raw

Spring is Coming: What Will You Do?

14 days. 336 hours. 20160 minutes. It the countdown to Spring. It’s coming! The green! The colors, the sounds, the smells. Oh! Spring has the best scent. My favorite. Stepping outside, I feel my blood begin to boil. I’m ready . . . for whatever! Just give me something to do. I’ll do it!   … Continue reading Spring is Coming: What Will You Do?

Putting on Love – Literally.

Love is a popular topic. It’s on my t-shirt right now.   L-Heart-V-E It’s marketable. Very. If you were in the grocery store on February 14th, you could feel it in the air. Sort of. Looking closer, it was more like angst and worry. Now that I think about it, I didn’t see anyone that … Continue reading Putting on Love – Literally.

Math and Real Life: What I Like and What Doesn’t Add Up

I woke up this morning with clarity and calculations. Things are finally adding up. The decisions that I’ve made in my life make for my current circumstances. This can be a good thing . . . or not so much. I know the fruits of my decisions that have been made in wisdom and seeking … Continue reading Math and Real Life: What I Like and What Doesn’t Add Up

Rain and Relationships

Winter has set in. Hard and resilient, the ice storms and snow days have compounded the Midwest. I never thought I would dread an early morning call from the school. Thankfully, we have only suffered one day of power outage. The rest has been a time of waiting and a willing remembrance that spring will … Continue reading Rain and Relationships