There’s one word I’ve used quite a lot lately and that’s: Hopeless. A feeling that’s often considered a negative emotion that should be driven out by rainbows, unicorns, and reckless optimism. It’s seen as something that needs to be cured with haste lest it run wild. Left untreated it becomes a cancerous growth that destroys... Continue Reading →
Yellow Polka Dotted Submarine
“It's really a wonder that I haven't dropped all my ideals, because they seem so absurd and impossible to carry out. Yet I keep them, because in spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” ― Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl Does anyone else feel like we woke... Continue Reading →
Do I Still Believe In God?
Someone asked me this question: “After everything you’ve been through, do you still believe in God?” Whew, that's a loaded topic. Kinda top heavy. I'm not sure how to answer you but I'll try my best. Forgive me if I stutter and stumble. Deep breath. Here we go. I believe in a greater power, and... Continue Reading →
New Year New Me?
Happy New Year! A new year means one thing: We’ve written up our resolutions. Lose weight, spend less, save more, and a thousand other things. These lists are full of good intentions but, in the back of our minds, we know the list will be abandoned by February. It’s inevitable or maybe I’m the only... Continue Reading →
Being diagnosed with a chronic illness has a profound impact on a life. It’s a thunderclap that reverberates through our bodies, minds, and families. It enshrouds our lives and takes over. It becomes our whole world. Before my diagnosis, I was a normal kid. I loved going to the beach, playing with my dog,... Continue Reading →