Coming Home…

March 2020 impacted so many lives in lieu of COVID-19 and the numerous changes people were required to adapt to. I almost didn’t believe it when I received notifications that my daughter’s school and the entire state of New Jersey were shutting down. I still had trouble accepting it one month into quarantine life as … Continue reading Coming Home…

Just a Little Push…

Jordyn, my six-year old daughter, rode her bike without training wheels — on the second attempt. I can’t express how ELATED I am as her mom! Jordyn had been insisting on removing her training wheels all summer long. Her dad finally did and they ventured onto the new territory of “big girl” transportation. You can … Continue reading Just a Little Push…

Seeking Sex…

There are many things that can be said about Selah Marley’s (Lauren Hill’s daughter) recent video — https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/9432626/selah-marley-talks-childhood-trauma-clarifies-dont-go-bashing-parents. I won’t offer any deep interpretation, but I was extremely interested in Selah’s discussion about her approach to sex and relationships. I know some women can relate as we remember the emptiness and confusion that came with … Continue reading Seeking Sex…

Grief – Facing It Courageously…

“You will not ‘get over’ the loss of a loved one; you will learn to live with it. You will heal and be whole again but you will never be the same. Nor should you be the same nor would you want to.” – Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Today marks nine years since I lost her – … Continue reading Grief – Facing It Courageously…

A Perfect Storm…

The weather forecast had been predicting that New Jersey would get hit pretty hard with the trickle down effects of Hurricane Isaias. I’d been putting blinders on and kept on with my normal routines without much consideration for the reports and serious-looking meteorologists. I continued to ignore alerts from our local energy company as they … Continue reading A Perfect Storm…