Life is amazing. Life is horrible. It just depends on your day and attitude.
But I Want You
She stares at me with unreal sapphire globes, a blush highlighting such delicate features. You’re talking to her, craving her attention like a dog craves to steal a juicy steak from its distracted owner.
There's More than Corn in Indiana
CrteIf you think the title of this article is familiar, you're correct. It's a slogan for Indiana Beach which just recently opened back up. It won't make this list though as it is one of the more well-known spots.
Living A New Normal
A new normal has settled over the world. Masks and gloves have become the latest accessories for pretty much the entire world. Sanitizer and cleaning supplies have been cleaned from the shelves. Toilet paper among other essential everyday items have been hoarded and booed by everyone who has to use alternative forms when wiping. Seriously, the cat was looking like an option there for a second. But she has claws and no sense of sacrificing for her family.
Healthy Treater for A Picky Eater
Being 120-130 lbs and 5’6’’ most of my life, I’ve never had to go on a diet. Most people would consider me lucky and I do consider myself lucky on the weight thing in all honesty.
Penn Badgley's Perfect Match
Spoilers Ahead. My first article on this site was actually a fluff piece. A fluff piece about the incredible Penn Badgley. This was before the series had even hit Netflix as a “Netflix Original”.
The Joys of Joy Fielding
Chances are that you haven't heard of one of my favorite authors/fellow bibliophiles, but you have seen her books if you like to frequent libraries or bookstores. Her books may have looked you in the eyes, daring you to read them, but you didn't have the time or the fortitude. You might've picked it up and liked what you saw, but again where's the time?
6 Things You Find out When You're 30+ with No Kids
I'm 31 and have been married for four years to a wonderful man. We have been trying for children for about that time, but no luck. We've been tested and so far, my infertility has been unexplained. So I do want kids, but I get lumped into the category of not wanting kids because of the infertility.
Letters for Myself: Part Four
Background Information: After a long battle with depression, I’d racked up quite a number of suicide attempts. At this point in my life (two weeks before my 21st birthday), I had stopped such attempts as well as any self-harm attempts. It took a horrible event the year prior to slow suicidal thoughts.