Sister, You didn’t birth a child. But, you wanted one. You wanted one, badly. This day is a difficult one to endure, but you do it every year. Those kids that call you Auntie want nothing except their own Mommas
Eight years ago, I was holding onto my father’s arm as he walked me down the aisle towards my husband. I was happy and giggly, confident what I was doing was the right thing. I was looking forward to experiencing
I wrote a post I never published few months ago about all the things I left behind in 2014. Writing it helped get it out of my system. I felt better afterwards. I put it aside for a long time.
Well hello! Long time no see! It’s September. I suppose I was really serious about being silent this year. Sheesh. I won’t lie and say that I’ve been on some sort of spiritual journey between posts. Truth is, I’ve been
Sometime during elementary school, I was chosen for the gifted and talented program. A test I’d unknowingly taken yielded an indication of a level of intelligence that was somehow above my peers. What I lacked in social skills, I more
My hometown of Blackville is located right off of Highway 78 in South Carolina, just over halfway between Charleston and Augusta, GA. In past lives, it has been known as the first stop on the railroad, a town that General
I went out to the Tomato Festival at City Roots Urban Farm. I picked up some Pink Lady tomatoes and briefly hung out with my people…the hippies. Columbia is truly becoming a foodie town with a large sustainable food movement.