I almost never do sponsored posts on this blog because I hate reading them on other people’s blogs so I only do it if it’s a product that I truly adore and think you’d love too. I’ve written before about StoryWorth so if you’ve been around long enough you already know that I use itContinue reading “It’s a gift for you, really”
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This is a dangerous post to write.
Updated 4-24-17: Holy crap, y’all. I love you. Not only did you listen but you gave me honest advice and reminded me how incredibly difficult but also how worthwhile it is to keep looking for the unique treatment that works for each person. You also reminded me that I’m not alone in continuing to search for toolsContinue reading “This is a dangerous post to write.”
Yesterday I just hid away from the internet because Prince, but then I listened to Prince again with new ears when he said “Life is like a party, and parties weren’t meant to last.” And it’s true. Which is why we have to grasp at happiness and brilliance and life while it’s here, because ifContinue reading “Read me.”
This is my house.
The greatest gift in the world is to grant a kindness to another. The amazing thing though is that the aforementioned gift is one you give yourself. It may be a small thing. Leaving a flower for the tired woman at the coffee shop. Telling a stranger that they have such kind eyes. Listening happily to aContinue reading “This is my house.”
Toilet Leprechauns: Probably the Pandora’s Box of our Generation. (I added the “probably” so they can’t sue me for libel.)
David Sedaris once wrote that he often asks people waiting for his autograph questions like, “If you saw a leprechaun on the toilet would you run away or know that he meant you no harm?” and now that question haunts me. Personally, I’d be pretty sure that anyone standing on the toilet meant to harm me becauseContinue reading “Toilet Leprechauns: Probably the Pandora’s Box of our Generation. (I added the “probably” so they can’t sue me for libel.)”
Please talk to your children. *mild trigger warning*
Yesterday Hailey came home terrified because of a letter sent home to all the kids in her elementary school. It was meant for the parents but of course the kids on the bus read it and talked about it and made it more so much scarier, as children do. And it is scary. According to what I’veContinue reading “Please talk to your children. *mild trigger warning*”