Monthly Archives: April 2013


Versatile–I’ve been nominated by mommyverbs for the Versatile Blogger Award. If you haven’t taken my advice yet to check out her blog, you’re dead to me. Not only do you not know what you’re missing, but you clearly don’t trust … Continue reading

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Expect Delays/Detours

“Foot Race. Expect Delays/Detours”  This sign is posted all over town. It’s to warn people of the race this weekend that I am registered for, and cannot run. I’ve seen this sign for days now, and it’s made me sad looking … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of Dating: A Public Service Announcement

I’ve posted some heavy topics of late. I believe life is fabulous and fun alongside the sorrows and tears. To that end, let’s lighten things up. I continue to be grateful for all the life lessons and experiences that dating … Continue reading

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Rude Awakening

In the least provocative way possible (I hope), I very publicly disclosed I was raped when I was 18. I texted a friend to let her know the post had moved from contemplation to completion. And I held my breath. … Continue reading

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Me Too–My Messy Beautiful

This re-posted essay and I are part of the Messy, Beautiful Warrior Project — To learn more and join us, CLICK HERE! And to learn about the New York Times Bestselling Memoir Carry On Warrior: The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful … Continue reading

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