Rolling hills and fields of tall grass and wildflowers. Shade beneath a sprawling tree, wicker basket, strawberries, mason jars of fresh squeezed lemonade…… baby blue and white plaid and bare feet, crazy hair. Breeze, leaves, bumblebees. Cold water in a clear stream. Cotton candy clouds. Someone there knows how to play a fiddle. Toes stuck […]Read More And I will never grow so old again
I wonder how much time of my life I have spent staring at a white screen and a blinking cursor…. When a container is filled to the brim, it’s almost impossible to get anything out without making a mess. That’s where i’m at. There’s so many things in there that the extraction process would require […]Read More Cipher
Really, there shouldn’t be any reason why a little boy is not his father’s priority. Number one. I can’t think of anything on this earth that brings me joy like my kids do. I know what they’re going through. Childhood is still so close to me and I just understand exactly what it’s like and […]Read More The Walk.
Happy 9th Birthday, Onestop! You still act like a newborn lol. Okay so I just finished the third volume of the Locke and Key series and the fourth should be here on Tuesday. I. Cannot. Get. Enough. The story and characters, so far, are so well-developed. The artwork is incredible and full of emotion. It’s […]Read More Locke and Key
Complacency is the saddest of all because it never begins with bad intentions. It starts out pure and good…. complacency is a hot meal setting on a dining room table. It is good to eat…. but it just sits there. It sits. It gets cold. It gets moldy and before you know it, it’s infested […]Read More raised by wolves
The kids were gone, I had a free day (in pain) so I binge watched American Horror Story: Murder House and I regret nothing. Soooooo a few years ago, I was flicking through the channels and came across an episode of AHS and didn’t know what I was watching and thought it looked cheesy so […]Read More Murder House
Where to even begin. So, the initial plan was that Kevin was going to take a trip with his friends to Nashville and photograph the eclipse and I was going to move heaven and hell to get the kids somewhere to see it. I was initially thinking about just driving to Charleston for the day […]Read More Eclipse