Tag: Life

Let’s Catch Up

Wow, I haven’t written anything here since March. Let’s catch up. I’m now 224 days alcohol free. It’s been a great journey and one I have loved learning from. The power I […]

Life, it Happens

Life happens. Regardless if you actively participate in it or not. Your life, my life, it happens. After January’s writing challenge, I was exhausted from writing and being creative. I set my […]

Like a Memory

There are things in life that trigger your memory or memories, to a certain time, a certain place, a certain feeling, etc. For me, there are certain songs that will remind me […]

Vital Signs

I have a “Goliath” that is physically, mentally, and emotionally making me sick. It has put more fear in me than it should have. I have realized how much mental, emotional, and physical energy […]

Dead Living

“I can’t take it. It’s just a paycheck. I can’t fake it, when nothing’s sacred. It just started. I can’t take one more day. I can’t bend, this must end, counting back from 3, 2, […]

Sunday Reflections

The month of February I was not living from the choice of what I wanted to do. I was living in the choice of what I should do to get through the shit I had on my list…aka sleep walking through the monotonous motions of a life I was not choosing to live but a life I was letting choose me.


If I am honest, I am undeniably single. I have been since 1999. It has been by my choice and I must say, it’s been one of the best choices I’ve made for my life. Some people need someone to feel complete and happy, and I’m pretty darn complete and happy with me. I don’t knock those who need someone, but I am an advocate at learning to spend and love yourself. RuPaul says it best: “If you don’t love yourself, how in the hell you gonna love somebody else?”


“Following your joy, finding what it is when you lose your track of time and trying to direct your life so you can do that as much as possible you’ll start enjoying life a lot more and you’ll find that things will fall into place. That’s the secret to happiness and finding who you are, is following your natural instincts of what makes you happy.”