Photo Credit: pixabay.com It was called The Wail House. At the time, I didn’t understand the concept and had mistaken the Wail Room for the girl’s rest room. However, what I endured during my time on the throne was unusual but extraordinary. I would be lying if I didn’t say it was weird, and I… Continue reading The Wail House
A Ferret Named Billy
Today, I woke up to the sun streaming in my windows. The soft glow interrupted my dreaming state at the precise moment when the Prince was about to kiss me. How terribly disappointed I was not to touch his lips with mine... CLICK TO READ MORE!
Working Moms and the Dreamer
What can a mom do to balance out her home/work life and pursue her dreams?... CLICK TO READ MORE!
Jodi Picoult’s Handle With Care
When Willow O’Keefe was born, her piercing screams tore through Charlotte’s heart as she entered the world. She was born with osteogenesis imperfecta, a severe case of brittle bone disease. A simple trip and fall would crack a rib or break a femur, and even in the womb she broke a few bones. In her… Continue reading Jodi Picoult’s Handle With Care
The Giving Family
We are a generous family; often giving where it is needed even when we didn’t have much at all. And, it only makes sense to continue giving of ourselves to others in need.
Reinventing My Blog
It’s that time again. I feel a need to reinvent my blog. Today, it feels too safe, too cozy. Almost as if I got caught in a rut and didn’t know where else to take it. I have become bored with it, and my interest is waning due to my lack of exciting things to… Continue reading Reinventing My Blog
Silence Among Words
I have said it before, and I will say it again. In day-to-day activities, Life happens. Like a toddler, it grabs your attention, forcing you to look at the stunts it can achieve by consistently tugging your sleeve and calling out your name. As writers, we lock ourselves up in our little caves surrounded by… Continue reading Silence Among Words
Lurlene McDaniel’s Too Young To Die
Melissa Austin is a sixteen year old girl looking forward to the last two years of high school. She has studied hard in hopes to score high on her PSATs. Eligibility for a Merit Scholarship would insure Melissa could attend a college of her choice and become the lawyer of her dreams. But, the bruises… Continue reading Lurlene McDaniel’s Too Young To Die
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