Fork in the Road

“So, as we reach the fork in the road today, let us fearlessly follow the voice of intuition. The Bible calls it ‘the still small voice.’” -Florence Scovel Shinn– Here I am again, at a fork in the road, deciding the fate of a cat I adopted and took complete responsibility for. Or am I?…

The Brunch Commandments

And on the seventh day, God said ‘Let there be Brunch’ and there was Brunch All those who partake in Brunch shall follow the Ten Brunch Commandments Amen Thou shall cleanse thy mind, body, and soul with bottomless mimosas Thou shall confess thy transgressions from the night before Thou shall not judge the confessions of…

Wake Me Up When September Ends

Like my Mother’s come to pass Two years has gone so fast Wake me up when September ends – Heartbroken since 9/17/15 – Little did I know back in 2004 when Green Day released the song Wake Me Up When September ends, that it would become more than just an emo song I’d sing along…

Hanging By A Tail

Hanging By A Moment is one of my top favorite songs. Seeing my cat Mortimor hanging by the tail comes in 2nd on the list of the worst things I’ve seen in my life. While hard to get the images of that night out of my mind, I’m grateful for how the events unfolded so…

Kelly

The story of how Kelly came into my life-or-I came into hers. When I moved to Charleston a little over a year ago, I adopted a spunky, mischievous yet ridiculously sweet kitten and named him Atticus. My life had been pretty chaotic up to that point between moving to France, returning home because my Mom…

Towel Manifestation

A true story of small but fast manifestations in a single day. My friend Heather, who has become an instant soul sister over the course of 3 days, was visiting from Jersey. We had a fully packed day in Charleston starting with heavenly bagels and atmosphere at Gnome Cafe and a quick drive by Rainbow…

Flying High

Up in the tree, he sways, he waves The movement means he’s alive He holds our weight so that we can fly Thank you Bob the tree For allowing us to climb, to glide Zipping through the trees with big, bright smiles 30 seconds of freedom, weightless bliss Providing a securely, insecure place for our…

Fridgewasher

My chore growing up was to empty the dishwasher and I despised this activity. Why? Well, I think simply because I was being told to do something versus doing it because I wanted to. You would think even if a teenager isn’t asked to do something, they won’t do it at all but for me…