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Category Archives: Musings
Today, my darlings, it’s time for some FUN. It’s getting cold and dreary here in Kansas City, but my friends behind Helen Jon Design are keeping me focused on sun, summer, and all things stylish! Check out the Helen Jon … Continue reading
the fog creeps slowly over my unsuspecting brain; thoughts swim like lost fish, bob to the surface for a moment, then drift back down to the deep; sleep is fitful, starting out with a hoodie and pants, ending in sweat … Continue reading
I’m joining Heather today for Just Write # 98. ***** Listening to Adele’s Someone Like You always makes me cry. I love the video of her walking in Paris. It’s about love, such a precarious thing. A falling, a trickling … Continue reading
*** preface: this is a flash of my last therapy session, hence the “on the couch” reference. yes, there is dialogue left out, but I realize this still came out sounding choppy. There was a lot of silence during the … Continue reading
Recently I read a post on Life’s Dewlaps (@dewlaps on twitter). And it inspired me. Made me think about what kind of role model I am for my daughters, especially when it comes to my self esteem, body image, etc. The … Continue reading
Today I was driving toward home on State Line Road, which is a very busy two-way street dividing Kansas and Missouri. As I neared 72nd Terrace and State Line, I slowed down when I saw a brown and white Cocker … Continue reading
So let’s just say this month will be busy. In a really good way. I’d love to see you in New Orleans, LA, Hattiesburg, MS, and/or San Francisco! Read: I am traveling three weekends in a row, all in the … Continue reading
Sometimes. Sometimes things are hard for me. Sometimes people don’t understand depression. Or they misinterpret it. Or they try to help, and they mean well, but unless they’ve been there…it’s just hard to relate to. There’s no off and on switch. … Continue reading