A little over a month ago I was listening to one of my favorite podcast called, “The Read” hosted by Kid Fury and Crissle. The episode was called, “Cheerleading” and in it, Crissle talks about her history of depression and negative self-talk. She said something that her therapist told her that made her take a… Continue reading The Race.
I was having a conversation with a friend recently and she told me that her step-mom sent her half-brother and sister to visit with her for a while from Florida. I asked her to define “a while” and she said until late December/ early January. This wouldn't be an issue if my friend didn’t work two… Continue reading It’s okay to be a little selfish.
“How did it get so late so soon?” - Dr.Seuss I always thought by the time I made it to my 20's, I would be pretty far along in this game called life. I also thought that I would have my shit together. Fun fact I have been proven wrong on both ends of the… Continue reading Quarter life crisis > Mid-life crisis
There are only a few things that I truly hate in this world. Rude people, liars, cantaloupes (we can debate this one), the sound of my mom complaining and people questioning me on why i'm single. I hate the last one with a passion. Let me paint a picture for you. I run into someone… Continue reading Oh well
I've been waking up almost everyday this month to either light or heavy rain showers and it's really effecting how I feel throughout the entire day. I'm not complaining, I do love rain but somethings clearly off. I typically don't like September's, the city crowds, kids go back to school which means my commute to… Continue reading September showers
So we meet again, but on a different platform this time around. I'm officially dumping blogspot and moving on to bigger and better things; I HOPE. Since I'm just starting school and summer is ending, I figured I'd start off new to kick "almost fall" off! If you're new here and you've never read any… Continue reading Stage 1
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton