Pingback: Write here write now I sit grateful to finally have broken through a terribly frustrating bought of writer's block that lasted far too long. Write here write now I am up far too late, but terrified that if I give in to my heavy and sleep-filled eyes my inspiration will escape me once again,… Continue reading Write Here Write Now
Today a friend of mine was published for the first time. She was beyond excited, and her piece was a well-written, insightful, and inspiring one about her struggle to find and define herself and the unique quirks that make her the awesome person she is, while still "fitting in" with all of the other moms… Continue reading On Being a Normal Mom and Why I’m Okay With Not Being One
By all accounts, I am very lucky. My nine-year-old son, Jack, is a great kid. He's polite, kind, compassionate, outgoing, and does well in school. He even still lets me sneak kisses and hugs in fairly regularly. Lately, though, things have been tough! I forgot how difficult the “odd” years are. Jack never went through… Continue reading Nine Going on Nineteen
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Pingback: https://wordpress.com/post/perfectlyimperfect32com.blog/4827 At just twenty-six-years-old, my world crumbled around me. The facade of a life that I had been pretending to enjoy crumbled around me. The death of my beloved grandfather was shortly followed by my long overdue filing for divorce. At the time my son was just three-years-old. I was a stay-at-home-mom with no car,… Continue reading When Disastrous Yields Delight
Pingback: https://jennydhuynh.wordpress.com/2017/07/18/symbolic-u-i/ Roots deeply anchored beneath Mother Earth’s surface Surrounded by Her soil so rich it Nourishes and Gives Life, I stand tall, Firmly grounded Soaking up Her sunshine and Drinking Her water. She fills me with Light And Water And Sunshine. I am a pillar of strength, Full of Hope And Peace… Continue reading Double Entendre
Pingback: https://poetscornerblog.wordpress.com/2017/06/22/paper-promises/ Paper is defined as: a material manufactured in thin sheets from the pulp of wood or other fibrous substances, used for writing, drawing, or printing on, or as wrapping material. To some, that's all it is; a means to an end, whether the end is wrapping a gift or jotting down a note. I'm… Continue reading When Paper Is So Much More
Beyond excited to have reached this milestone of 200 posts! Thank you to all who have supported me along the way. Here's to many more!
Amazing vacations spent with family chock full of beach days, hikes, ice cream, and cookouts, along with endless Summer days spent “riding bikes” to nowhere and playing manhunt until the street lights came on are some of my fondest childhood memories. Great as those times were, my very favorite memories don't look anything like the… Continue reading My Unusual Favorite Childhood Memories
Lately, I've been busy working on a few freelance jobs I picked up. While I'm grateful that I'm actually earning money while doing what I love, I must admit, I miss writing from the heart; writing for the sake of writing. My blog has undoubtedly suffered, as I've been so busy with both my freelance… Continue reading For the Love of Writing