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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

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


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