On Being a BostonianThrough the thick smoke, shadowy figures of people could barely be made out before they could be heard. Yelling, crying, and mass hysteria took over the entire finish line. In addition to failing limbs, failing hearing and ears crippled people with fear. The explosion or had it been two, had been so loud nothing … Continue reading On Being a Bostonian
For as long as I can remember I have loved to write. As a little girl I imagined myself much like Jo March; running a school, writing beautiful letters, and falling in love. I journaled endlessly and wrote my fair share of poetry and limericks. When I got to college it was only natural that … Continue reading A Soul Awoken
Gliding through my undergraduate career, and I do mean gliding, everything was just as I had planned it would be. My long time boyfriend and I had recently become engaged, we purchased a brand new car, and we lived in a beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment that would be perfect for when we got … Continue reading Walking At Eight Months Pregnant and Why I Wouldn’t Change a Thing
Hello WordPress Friends! I'm excited to announce that on Wednesday March 29, 2017 the website, Her View From Home, will be publishing a piece of mine. Stay tuned and be sure to read, read, read, and share, share, share! Thank you all for your continued support. I appreciate it so very much!
Pingback: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/discover-challenges/finding-your-place/ A July Sunset as Seen from Mystic, CT Born, raised, and educated in Boston I have always considered myself a true Bostonian. I love all things Boston; the excitement of the city, the abundance of culture found in countless museums, the access to the best medical care and education in the country, and the … Continue reading When Home Changes
Pingback: https://tomboyforlife.wordpress.com/2017/03/02/always-in-doubt/ The Daily Post: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/doubt/ During my thirty-three years of living, doubt and I have become closer companions than I care to acknowledge. Never one to make a clear, executive, or precise decision, I have long been plagued by doubt and second guessing myself. As a student I anxiously worried if my school work was good enough. … Continue reading Learning to Overcome
I've recently devoured the first season of Amazon's new series, " Z: The Beginning of Everything." I finished the season in one day ,(okay, I admit it, I spent the day bingeing), and was inspired to order the book, authored by Therese Anne Fowler, that the series is based on. Watching the show's portrayal of Zelda … Continue reading My Legacy
Early this evening you asked to lay with me. Immediately concerned, I checked for a fever. You were fine and Yet you still wanted to lay with me. As fast as I could, I made room right next to me for you and I haven't moved since. You see, it's not too often that you ask … Continue reading Fleeting Moments Frozen in Time
My WordPress Anniversary! I'm so grateful to this wonderful community that we belong to. It allows me a voice to share in a safe and encouraging place. I've made some great blogger-friends, and read life changing work. Thank you all for accepting me into your worlds and sharing your brilliance with me daily!