Hi guys!! I hope all of you are staying warm. Currently there is some wicked blizzard thing happening here in Nebraska. So, I'm staying home. It's better to be safe than stuck in a ditch somewhere. Hey Harlow how are you doing this morning? Are you done molesting that coffee pot and well caffeinated? if … Continue reading Love hard or avoid it like the plague ~ Keeping it Real with Jolene & Harlow
This was an old post that I wrote a few years back. I felt that it was fitting to share it again. "Marie, Love doesn't leave bruises." That was the last text message I sent to a friend of mine. I understand that whatever road she chooses for herself and her children is her decision … Continue reading Love doesn’t leave bruises
If you had to pick someone to be you for a day, who would you want it to be and why? What an excellent question asked by fellow blogger Eli at Coach Daddy. While I was debating who I would love to have slip into my shoes and experience my life for a day I realized that … Continue reading The day in the life of little old me
As the year comes to a close I have to say despite the turbulent beginning this year has been one of my favorites. Sure, the completion of the divorce was an added bonus but the fact that I stood my ground through the whole process and refused to be manipulated or scared off by … Continue reading From a sulking Sally to a sword reeling ninja
A question that comes up often to me is, "Why have you settled? In many, if not all the relationships that you have had....you settled. Why?" That's a good question. Sure I could have listed off a bunch of things like: boredom the pickings were slim the holidays were near the good-looking ones were just … Continue reading Stop settling ….
I knew you were near, but I got lost within the words of Beethoven…. "Be calm - love me - today - yesterday - what tearful longings for you - you - you - my life - my all - farewell. Oh continue to love me - never misjudge the most faithful heart of your … Continue reading Unexpected desires
"I think you're making a big mistake." the wasband said as he stood in the door way holding his little blue thermal lunch pail, his bifocals on the tip of his nose. I searched for any sort of emotion in his eyes or a sudden change in his demeanor but all I saw was arrogance … Continue reading Boy what a difference a year makes