Honoring the fallen or those we’ve lost doesn’t mean that they are less deserving of our love or tribute because they’re flawed.… Read More You can have my sorries.
I am sick of pandemic living. I’m sick of wearing a mask. I have dreams about hugging people. I had a dream of eating a resplendent meal, indoors, in a restaurant and woke crying. Then I reminded myself that at least I had food on our shelves, a roof over our heads, and we are… Read More Unpaid and unseen.
Sometimes the simplest of answers are what we need for the most humbling of catastrophes.… Read More As simple as salt.
Platitudes are like dick pics.… Read More Can we meme our way out of this?
We’re all on our own learning curve as we try to beat the curve.… Read More Welcome to Poverty: COVID era skills
All color of buckets welcome here! Share your identity even with a mask this Halloween.… Read More Harmony at Halloween: All color of buckets are welcome at our door!
Our scars can be our strength.… Read More A badge or a burden: the trauma we carry
We always live on in people’s memories of us. To be truly loved is to be remembered.… Read More Shadows and the sweet
Out of all the mysteries in life there are four that never cease to fascinate me: the human brain, what happens after death, the purpose of life, and all the people that I wonder, “What the &$#@ were they thinking?”… Read More What the &$#@ were they thinking?
So often it can be maddening and seem impossible to slow down enough to see things from their perspective yet, when I force myself to do so, I rarely regret the decision.… Read More Learning the kaleidoscope.