As I look out the window as the rain falls from the sky, I wonder if the pain of losing my mom would even heal itself or at least I will learn to cope with her death. The truth is I don't think I will never heal or learn to cope. Why, because a loss … Continue reading Grieving For A Mother Takes Time, So Keep Your Head Up
I must rediscover who I am without your alive. I must pull away the sorrow and bring in the happiness again.
Life isn’t always butterflies, and unicorns like everyone thinks it is. It's much darker than a lot of us would like to admit. Days are full of frustrations and struggle that not everyone can handle on their own. And life is also full of loss. But I’m not afraid of death. So does that make me … Continue reading Just Because I Have Dark Thoughts Doesn’t Mean I’m Suicidal
I never imagine how much pain I would be in seeing others with their mothers until I lost mine. It's like a knife stabbing into my heart multiple times. I hate feeling envious of other moms with their moms and grandmas with their grandchildren. My heart just broke into a million pieces every time. Some … Continue reading To The Girl Wishing, She Wasn’t Motherless
Anxiety isn't all bad, it can bring out unique qualities that make anxious girls the best at showing they love you truly and completely. 1) She's constantly worrying about you. 2) So every time you see her, she'll be thrilled. 3) And you'll get plenty of affection. 4) She overthinks everything and always wants to … Continue reading 13 Lovable Traits That Prove the Anxious Girl’s Worth Your Time And Love
The last time the Eagles went to the Super Bowl was in 2005. My parents were both alive. I was 16. My dad and I were cheering for the Eagles. My mom and my brother were cheering for the Patriots. It's one of my favorite memories of my family because no other Super Bowl separated … Continue reading Thirteen Years Ago When The Eagles Last Played in the Super Bowl