shaved my head when I was twenty. I can remember the excitement that ran through my body the moment the clippers made contact and hair fell around me. My hair reached far down my back, and within five minutes, it was gone.
It's hard to believe that it's already November as we head into our eighth month of the global pandemic while simultaneously witnessing a battle over ballots . This month, I had planned on going into a few different things that I'm truly grateful for, but there is a weight that comes from celebrating when so … Continue reading Thank U, Next
I had a hard day, but to be clear, I’ve had a lot of hard days. Just a few weeks ago, I left to go to work and within an hour I received a phone call from my disgruntled husband. Since the beginning of the pandemic, one of us has been working from home while … Continue reading Why We Need to Stop Comparing Stay at Home and Working Moms
Sun rushes through my window attempting to wake me from the nightmare that was taking place within my life. I was dreaming of my birthday and how my brother, my best friend, made sure to see me. That even through the growing struggles of adolescence that we were facing, he still came to celebrate. I … Continue reading Dream
Her home was isolated in the wilderness, Far from others as the storm approached, She was saddened by this sense of loneliness That formed as she wandered down this road. Her home was perched on the hill, As strong and wholesome as she recalled, It stood, waiting for her arrival Knowing that she'd come along. … Continue reading Her Home