Don’t Leave Us.

I don’t sleep much. So I scroll, peeking into lives, reviewing all the highlight reels and anecdotes, the cats and babies, the news and conspiracy theories. Tonight I read a post that stopped my mindless stationary scroll. Five words: “I’m … Continue reading

The RCL’s Personal Thoughts on the Difficult Subject of Race, Reality and White Privilege

Have you ever sat down to really examine your life and, after doing so, found a fault? Perhaps a little crinkle in your character or maybe a bad habit that was wreaking it’s own special havoc on your health or … Continue reading

Waking Up.

“I’m starving.” I catch myself saying this frequently in the lackadaisical way most people have a tendency to do. In reality, I’m eating a reduced calorie diet because I had been over-eating a calorie rich diet. Lately I have been … Continue reading

A Divorced Woman’s Thoughts on Marriage (Actually, Just Engagement – For Now…)

When I first mentioned this subject of this blog series to a friend they retorted with ‘Well, that won’t be snarky at all, will it?’. I was a little dismayed by the response. Not every divorced person is angry and … Continue reading

February 14th and All the ‘Things’ It Brings

I have been unmoved by this holiday for most of my life. The last time I remember really enjoying Valentine’s Day was third grade. We brought shoe boxes to school to be decorated with fuzzy, heart-shaped pom-poms and stickers. On … Continue reading