Trickery

I started my most recent trip around the sun by losing an entire chunk of eyelashes.  I had no idea how important eyelashes were until half of mine were missing.  It's not a good look.  Maybe now I'll finally learn to wash my face before I go to bed.  (Probably not.)  Fun fact:  they grow... Continue Reading →

Live Loud

I was listening to the radio when I heard the lyrics "When is the last time you did something for the first time?"  And just to be clear, yes, I still listen to the radio.  It's one of the old school things I cling onto.  I also mail handwritten thank you notes,  listen to cassette... Continue Reading →

Things that Stick

It's amazing how many interactions I've had in this lifetime.  I've come across a lot of people.  Some people are significant, others have said significant things and many have proven themselves to be quite insignificant.  Some I stay in contact with regularly.  Others have turned into friends on social media.  Some I speak to less... Continue Reading →

Wait for It

The average person spends five years waiting.  If that didn't just make a single tear fall down your cheek or make your head wanna pop off, you have more patience than I will ever know in a lifetime.  Five years is a really long time.  I will have spent more time in traffic than I... Continue Reading →

You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling

So apparently there was a march last weekend?  Did you hear about it?  No big deal, just 2.9 million Americans joined in the streets of over 650 cities across the country.  Not to mention all of the people across the world who joined in unison from Tel Aviv to South Africa.  Whether you supported it... Continue Reading →

In good times…and in bad

If you're over the age of 20 and have any sort of a social life, the odds are you've spent a giant chunk of your money and time on your friends getting married.  Since you've been to a wedding, you've likely heard the term 'in good times and in bad'.  It is a vow couples... Continue Reading →

Me, My Selfie, & I

Someone once told me I'll never see myself the way other people do.  Apparently what I look like is subjective. There isn't a mirror or a filter or selfie or a picture in which I'll ever see myself in the same light someone else does.  So I can't help but wonder:  what do I look... Continue Reading →

The Ferris Bueller Prophecy

We have all become so very available.  We've gone viral.  Gossip travels faster than ever, social media defines us and is even requested for job applications, and the number of likes a post or picture gets is modern day validation.  While younger generations don't know the difference because it's how they've been raised, I've had... Continue Reading →

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