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To You, Today.

It’s been ten years since today. A decade since you slipped away from a childhood that held on unexpectedly. Everything you think today is wrong, and isn’t that the best news? There’s so much I want to say to you, but it takes me ten years to find the words. I want to say things that you shouldn’t hear. Maybe I would say, like a cliche’, that he’s not the one. You would hear it and pretend that you didn’t already feel it. And yes, seeing him fade into your past will hurt more and for longer than you expected. Perhaps I should say to you what you need to know, and it is this: this year is just the beginning of a season of lessons. The first lesson comes in November, just as the leaves start to change. This lesson is that love isn’t all that it takes, and trust costs truth. Truth that may feel a lot like betrayal. One thing has always been real about you. You adapt. These coming years will not kill you, or rather they will not kill all of you. These scars will serve as armor. You will le

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