I've been seeing the 10 year challenge, in many forms, for the last several weeks. I've thought so long and hard on how I feel about it because in the last decade I've had a lot go on in my life. I've had highs, lows, a rock bottom, and a rebuilding. I made a list … Continue reading 10 years.
I've been MIA on here for awhile. Mostly intentional, but I'm also just going through a lot of shit. My summer was busy with work and travel. I missed my kids when I was gone but I also value my time with them. I chose to file for a divorce from my spouse. Someone I … Continue reading Feelings? Ugh.
So, I have a class reunion coming up. I'm a little bummed because I think I'll be out of the state when it happens and unable to go, but thinking about that plus my Dad's impending retirement has had me reliving memories. One of my highlights growing up was basketball. I could probably blog for … Continue reading The Glory Days…LOL
This is just my PSA after a shitty damn week (okay, really a mostly shitty month. I hate March). Bullying is never okay. It is never acceptable. If you or your children think bullying is okay, you should go see a counselor and figure out what's going on. Intentionally inflicting physical or emotional pain on … Continue reading Bullying.
As you get older, you start to look back on things with hindsight. You also look back on memories and events that have changed you. This post isn't going to be super long, but it'll be here. I was in college. I had a several months old kiddo and I'll never forget getting the phone … Continue reading
Follow up to my post from the other day about grandparents. Today is 17 years, to the day, including day of the week, that my grandpa died. I could timeline my day because it has stuck in my mind all these years. I was supposed to be cleaning my room, but instead I was definitely … Continue reading Legacy. Love. Memories.
Life is hard and sometimes it really sucks. I spent the past four days reeling from conversations had with friends. Some because of what I learned from them, but some because of things I didn't necessarily realize I was feeling. School and life has gotten me so boxed in to a way of thinking that … Continue reading What do you want?