But that damn plastic wrap won’t budge.
An unbreakable barrier. Not an impossible one. But a boss level barrier.
I thought I had it all figured out. Then somewhere between taking the leap and flying – I fell atop a cloud on a no-breeze day.
And it is here where I sit and watch each piece of my life balance on the precipice of surrender…or fight.
I am tired. Am I not enough already?
My husband and I have been together 15 years, 16 in December. Some months we are more roommates than romantic partners. Other months we are more enemies than roommates. But most months – we are partners in crime, partners in fun, partners in….chaos. Oh and partners in parenting. We bicker. We laugh. We experience. We […]
Day 416 of self quaranting as much as humanely possible This kid right here brought some major tears to my eyes a few minutes ago. I had to F5 my family a month ago and re-think our entire situation. We began unschooling. We placed all our energies towards learning how to go with the flow. […]
When my husband and I first met, he was 19, I was 18, and we were young, dumb, and in love. It was in the middle of Dec, in SE Portland, where the east wind coming off the Mountain was stronger and bone chilling at times. And when I say we were young, dumb, and […]
So it has been a couple days since I finished the last post aka the finale that was not the finale. In other words, I have zero clue how I ended it, and life has been too beautiful at the moment for me to pause and reread what I wrote after living it. So FORWARD […]