I Threw Up

I threw up. Not the kind where there were chunks in the car or anything. It was definitely more of a dry heave kind of thing. It didn’t start there. In fact, no, that’s where it ended. It started six and a half hours earlier. I woke up at 5:31 on the dot. I was […]

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Rejected (Again)

Yesterday was one more addition to my writing journey. Earlier this year I submitted a novel to Hallmark Publishing. They use a tiered formula to book acceptance. My book made it through. I was waiting in anticipation to see if they were going to accept it. If so, they would have made the book into […]

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Sneak Peek (unedited) Stalk Therapy

Unknown September 11th, 2019, 8:46 PM I did it. I just followed her to her house. I think she thought she outsmarted me, the poor fool. I will show her how to get away from someone. I will teach her that you cannot outsmart a superior intellect such as myself. She looked so beautiful, tender, […]

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Grief of Miscarriage

**Trigger Warning** It was Monday, January 14th. A day that I never once even considered the vs. in Jeremiah (1:5). Nor have I ever considered Psalm 139:13. However, after feeling a little strange while doing group at work only to find myself bleeding at 5 weeks 4 days pregnant, the verses became a strange reality. […]

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Trying to Heal

There are moments in life that leave us breathless. Sometimes in a good way- where you are so excited that breathing just doesn’t occur to you. Then there are the times that aren’t good, where breathing physically hurts and can be emotionally draining. One day everything can make sense. You start out a little confused, […]

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IT FEELS LIKE SPRING

The sun is out. The weather is about 45 degrees. For an instant, I felt the hopes of spring overpowering me. Winter is the hardest time of year for me. With an hour-long commute, leaving and arriving home in the darkness, winter can sometimes feel like a real downer. Today, it feels like spring. Seeing […]

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You Dork!

“It’s just not working out.” He looked at me with frustration. I was in disbelief. I guess I had thought that everything was going fine. How come I couldn’t see the warning signs? I thought back to the time when we first met. It was during college. I had slipped on the ice and it […]

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