Friends are people we tend to take for granted most times, people who are there for us even when we’re not there for them, people who dream when we dream and cry when we cry, people who we don’t deserve but they’re for us anyway. “They enter and exit our lives like puppets on a … Continue reading The Friend Manifesto
I believe the biggest mistake parents make is thinking their children are miniature versions of themselves. I will readily admit to making that mistake as a new parent, too, and even now sometimes forgetting that one simple fact, but I strive hard to be better at it. When I first found out I was going … Continue reading Our Children. Ourselves.
She’s looking at me. I know she is, and there’s nothing I can do about it. That cat with her slits for eyes, she knows I’m not going to feed her right now because she spit up the food I gave her an hour ago. But she’s a cat, and she believes she knows what’s … Continue reading Cat Tales
As I sit here with my children, I am trying to think about what life without them was like, and I truly can’t remember it. It’s like a dividing line between one entire existence and another, like I time traveled and skipped over that diving line to safely arrive right here and now, and with … Continue reading The Dividing Line
Target is like an entirely different world unto itself. It’s like when I step in the door, no matter how I was feeling, or whether someone cut me off to get in the parking lot, or whatever else negative happened, I am transformed. Now, I’m not saying it’s an all positive experience, but I will … Continue reading Keeping it Brand