I'm optimistic, married, a mom, a writer, a reader, an artist. Being only thirty years young, I want to be a published author when I grow up. I hope to help heal the world with my words, for they are quite powerful when used correctly.
The moment that everything changed? It was unfortunate, to say the least. I'm fifteen and... I just lost my mother. The officials are ruling it as a suicide, but it's not. I know it's not. That's not my mother's style. I know what you're thinking. And, it's true, you can't always tell when people are depressed, but... my mother wouldn't leave me like that. She would make sure that I was okay first. Besides, she was an advocate to help people out of making that decision anyway.
Hi there! I just wanted to talk a little bit about this great program that I became a part of a few months back. I have been searching for something for quite some time now. I'm a stay-at-home mom while my husband works, you see, and it's tough only having one stream of income.
I AM SO GLAD THAT YOU'RE FINALLY HERE! 2020 was something else! I tell you what! Good riddance and so long! So, here is my letter for the new year...
When it's time to celebrate the love you share with your partner, whether it's Valentine's Day or your Anniversary or even a birthday, finding the perfect gift can seem a bit challenging, to say the least.
This year has really been something, but it is practically behind us at this point. We've almost arrived in the year 2021.
Hello, my fellow human beings! Music is thick in the air and I'm listening... This year has been, well... something else, huh? It's been a little jarring more times than any of us would care to admit. Sometimes, we yearn for that sweet escape, that place where everything is fine, where there is no reason to worry. We've spent so much time stressed and worried about everything and everyone.
I don't know about you, but I love being creative. It makes gift giving so much more fun, in my mind. I don't just buy something and stick a bow on it. I buy everything I need and create something great! There's nothing wrong with buying gifts, though. That's not what I'm saying. I just think it's fun to do something different.
With 2020 almost in the rearview mirror, things haven't calmed down too much and I wonder if there is something that I can do to give back? Are there any contactless good deeds available? It's not like I can volunteer anywhere or even give my son's old (but in good condition) toys to children without families of their own and it's not like I could donate food anywhere either.