//
archives

Archive for March 2011

Seven Days

Life Patiently Waits For Us Seven Days ago, I wore a dress to work, the curly mess that I claim is hair actually looked great for once, and oh I had cute shoes on too, I looked date ready without even having one on the books. Good thing I looked date ready, because an email … Continue reading

About these ads

April Showers Bring Memories

It’s funny how a scent, a song, or a simple word can send memories crashing through. Tomorrow will be April. A month filled with showers, sun, and warm days. Yet this month is weighted with memories. If I were still married April 3rd would be a night of dinner, wine, celebrated love and laughter. That … Continue reading

Punching Snowmen

Like most ladies I have had many a dating blunders and days where I just plain gave up. It seems that when we give up fate finds its way in and allows us to look a little further and a little deeper at the fish in the sea. Recently I punched a snowman. (not really) … Continue reading

You Are Worth It

I was recently asked to speak to a group of disadvantage women and motivate them to better their lives. Below is what I told them: First, I want you to know that each one of you are worth it. It doesn’t matter what you did in your past, or where you came from, because today … Continue reading

You Are What You Give

I am a firm believer that we get back what we put into this world. I am not going to lie, I have no idea what it is like to go without, go hungry, or struggle in life. I came from a family who was blessed. For the longest time I thought every family had … Continue reading

Divorced Life Dating

I decided that after my divorce I wasn’t going to jump into a relationship right away. That I wanted to feel the pain and be alone, so that I could truly heal, and not be influenced by another man. This fall I dusted off my dating shoes and did what any single woman does, I … Continue reading

One Clot Changed My Life

It seems in life that we never care about a cause until it directly affects us. If you would have asked me about blood clots and pulmonary embolism back in 2008, I would have laughed you off and said “that only happens to old people.” Working for a prescription benefit company I had seen the … Continue reading

NinjaInTheCity Life in Photos

Oh I is so glad my mama survived IOWA! Corn children thank you for letting my mama pass by your fields, she is a good mama and she belongs to me! @honestcompany order! My dad swiped the hand soap he says "it smells like clean orange goodness." :) Oh boy! That's a lot of steps! :) Saint Wenceslaus church Baptismal Font in  Saint Wenceslaus church Czechoslovakian grave markers

Past Posts

Follow me on Twitter

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 744 other followers