After 19 years of marriage and 20 years as a couple, it took a minute for my ex and me to cut communications. On my part, it was due to the fact that Will still needed his help financially, we still had (have) a house in Denver, (will always) have a granddaughter together, and a … More My Thoughts on “I Miss You” and “I’m Sorry”
I have been running full-throttle since October 23, 1993. Well, at the very least, my mind has been running full-throttle. There hasn’t been a day, let alone a weekend or any other extended period of time since I got married and then divorced when I have been able to take a breather. I moved … More Some Days
Falling out of love with the person you’re convinced is your soulmate can be likened to lifting a Nissan Titan with one hand. … More This Old Ragged Heart
My mama used to say that about me a lot. What she meant was that regardless of how mad or hurt I was, you wouldn’t know because initially, I just refused to let people know when they’d gotten under my skin. Later in life, no one would see it because any pain I felt was … More She Ain’t Gon’ Let It Touch Her
I hate arrogance. I hate conceit. No one on the face of the planet is better than the next person. You’re better than the shabby treatment that some people want to subject you to, but you’re no better than the next human. We’re all flesh and blood. We all need oxygen to live. We all need … More The Beauty in Being the One That Got Away
Things have been rocky. I will be back on April 3rd, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
Iron sharpens iron. I will hold the ladder for you, but once you reach the top rung, I expect you to reach down, grab my hand, and help me the top, too. I will be your biggest cheerleader, but you better be cheering for me, too. What you will never, ever, ever get from me is … More Where I’ll Fail You as a Friend