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I spent most of my life as a single, having now only been married for three years. In high school, I wondered what made other girls who always had a boyfriend different from me. Even into my twenties and early … Continue reading
About ten years ago, I dated a boy who told me right off the bat he was codependent. I had no idea what that meant initially, even as he explained that he “needed to feel needed.” Our relationship came to … Continue reading
Day 31 Rest, my precious child. Lay your head on my shoulder allow your breaths to slow and our heartbeats to align. Let me feel the warmth of your cheek against mine. Close your sleepy eyes and melt into me.
Day 28 I’m transported back in time to my one bedroom row house in Baltimore. I’m sitting on my Ikea sofa, freshly gleaned of any loose change so I could buy gas. I was so lonely, desperate to connect with … Continue reading
Day 21 There are some days as a mom and wife when I feel like all I’ve done is give. Each step of life prepares you for the next. Going from being single to married requires death to self. Decisions … Continue reading
There is something deep inside our souls, intentionally placed there. It’s a desire to be connected to something bigger than we are, a longing for the feeling of home, or something we can’t quite put our finger on. We crave … Continue reading