Recent Posts - page 2

  • Time Waits for No One

    Yesterday I hit publish on WordPress, closed my tablet case down, and continued debating my next move for another minute or two. I wanted nothing more than to stay where I was, laying on my back with my arms up… Read More ›

  • The Fight Continues

    I wonder what it is like to live without depression. It must be such a free feeling. I bet people without depression don’t even realize how truly free they are. I wonder if my depression affects my mediocre coping skills,… Read More ›

  • A Moment Inside my Head… I Mean, Day. A Moment Inside my Day.

    Yesterday was amazing! And this is coming from a girl that’s suffering from a recent episode of depression, so you know it had to be good. I lay on the hard bed, my hospital gown comfortably tucked around me. The… Read More ›

  • Another Slice of Cake Please?

    Squinting my eyes shut I whisper to no one, ” I wish I could lose weight.” Slowly exhaling a deeply held breath the candle in front of me flickers a moment and then is blown out. I eat my cake,… Read More ›

  • For the Love of God… and Other Ridiculously Obvious Life Lessons

    Shaking hands reached to light a cigarette. I looked down only to realize they were my own. The clock angrily blinked it’s bright numbers at me. Almost time to go it mocked. I felt my stomach rumble. Begging for nourishment…. Read More ›

  • My Temporary Rant… Because you can’t Always Step out on the Front Porch and Scream.

    I have to have another MRI done today. I imagine most of you read over that sentence shrugging your shoulders and saying okay. Possibly I’m going to tell you how many times I’ll use the bathroom today as well. I… Read More ›

  • Here’s to the Future

    I enjoy reading posts from older woman who pour out the skeletons of their emotions. The ones that rip right to the truth. The feelings of no longer mattering to a society blinded by technology. No longer getting paid any attention in the grocery store, or gas station, or any other place that for so long in our lives men rushed to open the doors for us. A valid excuse to check out our asses. No longer having the luxury of being so damn naive.

  • There’s a Beginning to Every End

    All stories have a beginning, but mine, mine starts even before that. In April of 2016 my husband was diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia. At the time, he had a great job in the city about ten minutes away from… Read More ›

  • Big Mac or Salad

    The downfall of this occurrence is that the five minute snooze gives me exactly enough time to have this heavy coffee pot up in the air as it smoothly fills the anticipating coffee mug that sits on the counter below it, and the alarm clock begins…

  • Beyond Barriers

    Once upon a time there was a fish. This fish lived in a large fish tank where he was very happy. He spent his days swimming happily about, oblivious to the fact that he was in such a large fish tank. Twice a day…

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