Although I wish I could re-read and review Harry Potter and how it has affected me (eh, maybe when I have the time), I am choosing to write about one of the most impactful books regarding adoption that I have read. A little back story on how I even heard about this book: I met … Continue reading My Very First Book Review!
My boyfriend, Adam, has been a vegetarian for six months now. You may be thinking, "Okay, how is this relevant." This little tidbit was first-sentence worthy because he has been monetarily-motivated to be a vegetarian for this long. Which, after discussing his idea of creating his own blog in the hopes of making some extra … Continue reading Wait, Its Been How Long?
In the last few years, my peers have gone from deeming November as, "No Shave November," to affectionately calling it, "No Nut November." Both are pretty fucking lame, so let's just call it what it REALLY is. It's National Adoption Month. Today, in fact, is National Adoption Day. Now, gun to my head, there is … Continue reading We’re Taking Back November
Last week I saw an article someone posted on Facebook. It was a zodiac sign post (I know, I know, how accurate can that be?). Turns out for a few people I know (including myself), pretty freaking accurate. So accurate in fact, I audibly GASPED. I was affronted. I literally wanted to crawl into a … Continue reading What’s your sign?
Usually I am really good with the whole writing thing, but right now I am kind of at a loss here. I have been wrangling with the idea of reaching out for the past year, but I just haven't figured out what I would actually say. "Hey, I was watching Psych and thought of you." … Continue reading A Note to My Ex Best-Friend
I know what you're thinking: yikes. When you hear a girl has daddy issues, it either means she's a slut, a crackhead, or still trying to hold it together but is constantly on the verge of a mental breakdown. If you are forcing me to choose, I guess I will go with the mental health … Continue reading Daddy Issues
Do you believe in fate? Do you believe that everything happens for a reason? A single decision, altering your future. An unknown force, pulling the strings of our lives. A puppeteer seamlessly telling a story of our routine lives. Stringing together one subconscious decision after another in order to create something either beautiful or tragic. … Continue reading 135