This post title has ADHD written all over it, but stick with me. I'll keep the loquaciousness to a minimum. If you're Googling "Loquaciousness" don't feel bad. I overheard that word at a party and couldn't wait to use it in a sentence. Then I realized - I was that L Word. And hilarity ensued. … Continue reading Dreaming is Free
I sat upright on the examining table, the thin paper rustling under the backs of my knees. I tapped my heels against the sides like a restless child waiting for her lollipop. I wondered - at what age in child development did doctors stop shelling out candy? And how cool would it be now to … Continue reading Face. Value.
Sticks and Stones: do others’ opinions of you effect your own?
"When you judge another, you do not define them. You define yourself." From our childhood playgrounds to parent-teacher conferences as adults, we've all been there. We learn of an opinion or judgment about us that is not only unkind, it's just plain wrong. As kids, discovering that negative falsehoods are being said about us can … Continue reading Sticks and Stones: do others’ opinions of you effect your own?