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Ironically, having a baby forced me into contemplation today. This almost never happens.

Lucas is sorting out his sleeping demons, which is really fun for us, and in a last ditch effort we went for a walk this morning. 396 more words


The First Mile March of My Marathon

via Daily Prompt: Marathon   There is a figurative definition in the dictionary that reads ” a marathon is any walk that requires endurance.” The first definition tells me that 26 miles is the number used to define it. 64 more words

Inspired Gratitude

An artist date 

yesterday i was in a funk. loneliness linked arms with grief and self pity and threatened to push past anything in its path.
i sank into the inertia as the moon rise began. 424 more words


Countdown to year three

I’m 11 mornings short of three years.

Like with most of my traumas, I’m able to talk about it now with time-seasoned detachment. It’s a story that happened to someone else – a different version of me. 119 more words



It hurts too much to feel.

All. Off.


Complete in Christ

A fellow blogger and classmate of mine put up this post a while ago and her story resonated with me. Loss can leave you feeling empty and incomplete. 177 more words


Bonfire of the Sanity

I’ve never been a believer in the “bad luck” of Friday the 13th.


Today, could have been the exception to that belief.

Men…can be so thoughtless, hurtful and cruel. 605 more words