Happy Birthday, Mr. Nelson Mandela!
On this very Saturday night, I put on my strapless pink and white polka dot dress, matching pink heels, and dared to don the pearls. For a moment I stood on my front porch listening to the crickets chirp and decided to join them! I stepped up and took the stage at The Lil Blue … Continue reading Maybe…A Brazen Performance
Hey There Everyone, I appreciate all the encouragement and support! Thank you for reading and for your comments. I am proud to announce that Arts of Thought has selected one of my poems for their poetry gallery. Arts of Thought began as a platform for sharing content related to psychology, and has naturally grown to … Continue reading Show and Tell
In life, there are Spectators and Participants. Which one are you?
Blast from the past! I came across an old page from years ago and I caught a glimpse of a girl I used to know.
Is the glass half full or half empty? My answer is a bit different than most: Where did the glass come from and what is it filled with?
No offense Mr. Shakespeare...
Our Hope Has a Name.
My philosophical two cents.
Emily Dickinson is one of my favorite poets. She was a woman ahead of her time, an innovator, full of a fiery kind of spirit you only see come around a couple of times every century. One of Dickinson's most notable prose: "I dwell in possibility" continues to resonate with me. Probably because of my … Continue reading Dwelling in Possibility
In 1966 The Beatles asked us some powerful questions in their song Eleanor Rigby: "All the lonely people. Where do they all come from? All the lonely people. Where do they all belong?" The latter question is the one that always gets me as if there is a sort of implication behind it. Upon further reflection, the … Continue reading All the Lonely People
From the Latin meaning, "always ready for all things." This Latin phrase is tattooed on my dominant wrist and serves as a personal reminder of what I must do. Those who know me might think it strange because I am the last person on earth who could be characterized as unprepared. However, I have found … Continue reading in omnia paratus