My Attempt at the Home Girl Sweater

My social media accounts say, "crochet enthusiast," but that doesn't actually mean that I'm good at it. In terms of skill, I'm probably teetering within intermediate, but careless mistakes ought to throw me right back into beginner (you'll see why); however, I still love the process. I follow several yarn accounts on Instagram and many … Continue reading My Attempt at the Home Girl Sweater

we are #morethan

Rome. Paris. London. Experiencing other cultures and exploring. Sounds dreamy, doesn’t it? I couldn’t help but discover just that kind of lifestyle on Instagram last night, only to imagine myself walking in those shoes. I found an old classmate's account by pure coincidence and then proceeded down the rabbit hole of what her life is … Continue reading we are #morethan

Postpartum Depression: Don’t Keep it a Secret

I cried, a lot. When I say a lot, I don't mean I shed a few tears, but instead it likens more to a torrential downpour. I had the ugly crying face on repeat, and it didn't seem like it was ever going to get better. After giving birth to Aria, I made sure to … Continue reading Postpartum Depression: Don’t Keep it a Secret

Take Me to Church: A Relationship Worth Starting

Fear captivated me; it captivated me in such a way that I could feel its grip and the very walls around me caving in. My best option was to simply walk out, so I did. I walked down the hallway, looking for something, searching. I just needed to get away, and yet, I knew my … Continue reading Take Me to Church: A Relationship Worth Starting

3 Steps in Dealing with the Loss of Your Pet

The test was positive. I was internally freaking out, I mean...the test was positive! I looked at Felice, him already able to read my face. I told him to get out and shoved him out the bathroom door. I got on my knees and grabbed Sam, forcing her to look me in the eye. “Sam,” … Continue reading 3 Steps in Dealing with the Loss of Your Pet