Grief. That's a heavy word and a challenging thing to experience. But , unfortunately, as humans, we all do. We all experience loss at some point in our lives, and grief is a natural response to loss. This word may sting because you may have been hit by the death of a loved one. Maybe… Continue reading When Someone Can’t be the Person You Need them to Be
It was moving day for my best friend and fellow SLC writer Danielle and her husband this past week. We had driven past the outside of the house, with gorg little trimmed hedges and slate rock flower bedding, but I was anticipating seeing the inside of the house. I love everything about home decorating, from… Continue reading Welcome to MTV Cribs
I have been thinking about change the past two months. Maybe it's the weather. As fall approaches and the sun sets on another humid Midwest summer, I yearn for days of 50 degrees and sweaters, boots and hot coffee, and I am inspired to reflect. As I look back on the last six months, I… Continue reading It Hurts to Change
Can I just start off by complaining about the emotional roller coaster that the last season of Orange is the New Black put us on!?! Now you might be thinking, where is that intro leading us Lindsey? Well, inspired by the episode(s) that include the Restorative Justice program, accountability is on the forefront of my… Continue reading No Justin, it’s not too late to say sorry, now.
“I am too old to be this broken.” The words were even more real as I wrote them down. “I have worked too long and too hard on myself to still be having setbacks. When will I see an end to all my problems?” I wrote the words, or rather I typed them, and I… Continue reading Not Broken, Still Healing