Monthly Archives: March 2014
I come from a family of women. Quite literally. The fathers and grandfathers killed in World War I. Three generations of women left alone to fend off WWII. My grandmother, the only one with an anchor. One man. My grandfather. She was … Continue reading
(I don’t know what this is). For the times, you did not hold my hand, for the times you did. For the times you didn’t encourage me, for the times you did. For the times I was afraid to swim … Continue reading
I was in need of a road trip, and upon promising two friends that I would visit them, I took a day off work and set out down south Georgia and into Florida. As I sometimes do, I over planned, … Continue reading
On taking a break from CrossFit, starting up piano, and balancing real life. As important as it is to stand out as an individual and do things that define you as one, it is also important to realize that there … Continue reading
So what is the point of diggin’ up the old? Is it to reminisce? To remember the love you felt? The love you lost? The love you gained? The love you learned? Or is it simply to find grace? Grace in the … Continue reading
This is absolutely wonderful! It’s as though this young lady took the thoughts out of my head.