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am i being too whiny? let’s roll with it

That’s a question i asked myself. Im typing this on my phone and i hate the new update, so you’ll have to forgive the capitalization and punctuation this time around. Roll with it Anyway I’m reading this book. I liked the cover, so i grabbed it at the library. The main character is so whiny. […]

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jump ship: my age of discontent

this is the longest i’ve ever lived in a city since college. 1 year, 10 months, 10 days. if you do that math, you’ll find i moved before quarantine 1.0. two weeks before. unexpected moving pains. i have an overwhelming desire to abandon ship. or at least jump off for a swim. my ability to […]

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storyteller

Last night or perhaps the night before I was talking with my friend about writing. How when you are grieving, as she is too, it feels good to write. But it feels forced to write. It’s a weird balance. Add me, dramaqueen, into the mix and you’ll get months and months without a single word […]

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fall

The bite in the air came immediate with the autumn equinox. Excited, I threw on a sweatshirt and grabbed some pound cake and took a walk. The emotion took my breath away. Fall is my favorite, like many. I hate being hot. This is the rest from the heat that I look forward to all […]

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Blessing or curse

I’ve been sitting, bitterly, reflecting on a post I saw a few days ago. It put into words what I’d been feeling for so long and didn’t know how to say it. The tweet is linked above, but to quote it again: “400,000 people have died from COVID-19 and there are people who fix their […]