Change…my life path number. One of the only things in life guaranteed to us. Stability. Hasn’t been much of that surrounding me on the outside in recent months…but I’ve been maintaining my spiritual center. There is no perfect time to start your life or your dream, you know. There will always be a bill, and … Continue reading How Will I Fly?
February was a doozy, and i’m happy for March. This morning, i’m reflecting on a convo with my Dad on Christmas: Me: Dad, I want to be Powerful. That’s my word for the year. Dad: But baby, you already are. Me: I don’t mean like the Power of prayer or Power of my emotions….rather, … Continue reading My Reason for Rebellion
I find that I’m at the precipice of a lifestyle change. Or already going through one. My opinions are changing, and some stances solidifying. I’m standing on my square and witnessing it morph into a cube. I always say… I have no answers. But I’m ever finding that I indeed have a few. 1) This … Continue reading 28
Fall in Love during the winter. When it’s cold and bleak. When life isn’t pretty and the air smells grey. Fall in Love before everything is in bloom. When life is raw and biting. When numb fingers stroke you, and blistered imperfect lips kiss your back. Fall in love when it isn’t easy, and make … Continue reading Fall In Love
One thing I know for sure is that Love always finds me. Love is a gift, a budding blooming flower. Hormone induced. The great illusion and the greatest joy. The truest teacher. The little death. Inexplicable and imperfect. Divine. Temporary and cyclical. And my heart is as open as the sky. Continue reading On Love
Parker was throwing a tantrum on the bathroom floor. I mean, he was wailing and rolling bare-bottomed on the carpet, because apparently his life was crashing down. My Mommy always wipes my bottom!!!! I need you to wipe it!! I sat coolly on the sink, swinging my leg and staring at him, dead-pan. I might as … Continue reading Birth Control Will Always Be My Friend
People around me call me Brave, and consider how, without a job, will I eat. How will I live? I have no fear. I’ve spent 27 years witnessing the seasons change, and paying attention to nature. I know very well how this story goes. Spring brings copulation, creation, and growth. Rain and flowers. Pollen … Continue reading seasons change, and so do we