Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Caveats of my Forgiveness

I’ve been through a lot in my few years. Heartache. Healing. Growth. Part of me is astounded to think back on my life — my approach to life — even just a few years ago and realize how much I’ve changed. Mostly I’m terrified because I know that there’s so much more where that all […]

Dear Comcast: YOU WILL RUE THE DAY!

“You’re not the King, I didn’t vote for you!” — Monty Python and the Holy Grail Dear Comcast Mr. Roberts, WHAT. THE. HELL?! Do you ENJOY screwing your customers just because you can? From way down here, it would seem so. Don’t get me wrong — logically, I think I get it. You’re not the […]

Broken toe for a mending heart

Earlier this morning I stubbed my toe. I stubbed my BROKEN toe. I’m not exaggerating when I say it was the most physical pain I’ve ever experienced. But after collapsing on my closet floor and sobbing for a good 5 minutes, feeling alone and helpless, with not a soul around but my dog to help […]