Category Archive: Work’in Girl

My Fair Share

Upon a friend’s invitation, I went parousing Bernie Sanders website. He has a very nice website, seriously. It is very functional, very pleasing to the eyes. She sent me some info regarding the concerns I… Continue reading

Run From the Fire

Getting burned is painful, and sometimes it leaves a scar, so I suggest staying away from fire. What better way to not get burned, yes? Well, along those lines, I suggest staying away… Continue reading

Sick Day

When Lexi was sick at six-months old, she needed me, but now as a sick 13-year old, she wants me. What a heart-breaking, heart-soaring feeling. No one wants their child to be sick, but sometimes  in dark moments,… Continue reading

Now for the Resolutions…

2015 has officially started, and as my brother so eloquently put it… you’re still the same person you were yesterday. Indeed… he is correct. You have the same DNA, the same job, same… Continue reading

My 2015 Goals… For the World to See

The new year is upon us. This is the perfect time to re-evaluate priorities and goals. So, I’ve done just that. Without goals a person could wander through life aimlessly. Without writing down your… Continue reading

Carpet Cleaning and My Control Issues

I have a natural tendency to be controlling. I know I do. I inherited it from my mother and my grandmother (love you guys!). I try to keep it in check, to keep… Continue reading

Remain Steadfast

This morning when my alarm went off at 4:40am, I simply turned it off. I didn’t hit snooze, I turned it off. I fell back into bed, knowing full well that sleep would… Continue reading

Journaling… Medicine for My Life

I am antsy. I feel unsatisfied. I don’t know what to do about it. I don’t know what I want. I feel like I am stuck in Ground Hog’s day. Working on the… Continue reading

School’s Out… WooHoo!

Nothing shouts “HAPPY KIDS!” like the start of Summer break. I’m pretty sure Phoenix was smiling before her eyes even opened, and she got up far earlier than normal. After school, Ayden came gallivanting… Continue reading

In Life and Death

My family means more than anything to me. I do everything I can to make sure their needs are met. What would happen if I died? The thought horrifies me. Obviously this isn’t… Continue reading