It’s funny how we spend our lives wandering in circles, thinking we’re traveling in straight lines from Point A to Point B(etter).
Want to know how my brain works pretty much all the time?
Today, one of the most quietly amazing women I’ve ever met turns a year older. Here’s why you should care: in the course of this post, she will restore your faith that people can be unbearably beautiful, scary smart, wicked funny, and still remain completely down-to-earth.
Sometimes, you meet a person and there’s an instant “click;” an almost-audible moment when your heart recognizes theirs. Sometimes you’re drawn to their stories or the way they make you laugh, to the glint in their eye or sheer awe at what they’ve overcome. Every friendship is a kind of falling in love.
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I’m not generally a New Year’s resolution gal, but this year I made three resolutions: 1) to either get my novel published, or self-publish it…
Someone told me a true story the other day. It’s about a librarian and a ghost: perfect for Friday the Thirteenth.
Seeing a broad range of body types makes people more accepting of a broad range of body types.
You might want to read that again. It’s going to change the world.
Last week, I found a holy space. My small body hidden amid a crowd of thousands, I felt the spirit roll through me on waves of sacred music. I raised my arms triumphantly into the air and swayed, lifting my eyes to the sky. My soul was soothed. My mind was filled with one crystalline thought: “I believe in this.”
It’s Friday. My brain’s fried. But I want an excuse to hang out with you guys, so here are two terrible things and two wonderful things I learned in the last week.
A list of five celebrities who, should the opportunity arise, you’re allowed to sleep with without your significant other considering it cheating. Also known as a “freebie list.”