Category: Nostalgia

The Beat Goes On

Maybe it's because this year is a big one (if we're speaking chronologically, of course). Having turned 40 and barreling at full speed to 41, I've often wondered what I'm supposed to feel like right now. Despite being *ahem* twice the woman I once was, and more tired, and busier than ever I honestly don't […]

Yes, I have Issues

Mother's Day… know how some people dread Valentine's Day? That's how I feel about Mother's Day. The concept is great, of course, and I'll admit that since I've become a mom I've enjoyed it so much more. How else would I have beefed up my collection of magic marker cards and gold-painted-macaroni jewelry? Priceless, I […]

OLW April Blog Hop

Welcome to the April 2011 OLW Blog Hop! If you're going in order, you've arrived from Margie's little home on the web.  Next, head on over to see Abbey .  And just in case you get lost, the entire list is at the bottom of this post. Thanks for stopping by! April's assignment put me […]


Reverb10 Day 22: Travel.  How did you travel in 2010? How and/or where would you like to travel next year? Courtesy of Tara Hunt. It’s ironic, really. 2010, on paper, sucked. Job loss: check. Money struggles: check. Dating fiascoes: check.  Amid all that, though, were such wonderful experiences of joy, wonder and awe. Reminders that the […]

5 Minutes

Despite my best efforts, I fell behind this week. Being sick just sucks it right out of me, and I'm trying to remember that the world doesn't stop spinning if I fall behind on things. So even though I'd love to play catch up with Reverb10, I'm just going to do them as I can; […]


This is a tough one. Reverb#10 Prompt December 8–Beautifully Different. Think about what makes you different and what you do that lights people up. Reflect on all the things that make you different – you’ll find they’re what make you beautiful. from the fascinating Karen Walrond. Tough because on the surface, I have always had […]

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I am a freelance writer, ghost author, editor and content strategist. I am a mother to three extraordinarily ordinary kids, the daughter of a genuinely good man, and an aspiring yogi, creative non-fiction and memoir addict, wanna-be world traveler, and work in progress. This is my personal blog.
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