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These boots were made for walking

I never intended to use this pic…     This one is for my girls.  These legs of mine that have carried me through the unimaginable.  The legs that help me stand tall and forge forward no matter my circumstances. … Continue Reading →

My two cents; it’s not “gay” anything!

We have all heard it before, some of us guilty of it without even intending to.  It is doubtful but possible that I have made the mistake of using it in an unnecessary way before, but every time I hear… Continue Reading →

This is my 200th post!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Did those exclamation points convey my excitement?! Man! I had a serious check in with myself last night. (Thanks to a coach I’ll talk more about later.) I have no more excuses. Joseph is a minute away from his own… Continue Reading →

Returning to the beat of my heart on the AT.

  The Appalachian Trail. It has survived.  It gave me the strength to as well.  Saving me in the thick of it, encouraging me when I returned to it.  It is a constant. Reflecting back on all of the trips… Continue Reading →

Devastated.

The loss of a child is something I cannot wrap my brain around.  Knowing that it was their choice to end their life, would do nothing short of kill me.  I know loss happens, I know many who have lost… Continue Reading →

Let’s talk about this!

A few months ago I decided I wanted to interview people who had experienced Domestic Violence and tell their story.  I have told pieces of my story and I felt like it was a way for me to reach more… Continue Reading →

Love > Hate

LOVE > hate So l dreamt last night that I was back in my old home, with my abusive ex. Day after day, in this dream, I was assaulted, raped, and battered.  Scarred, broken, weak.  One day I had a… Continue Reading →

Lost boys.

Hate, racism, and bigotry have no place in this world, and definitely not in this country where men and women of all races, creeds, colors, nationalities fought for our freedoms, some giving their lives for it.  In the heat of war and battle, when these very heroes are covered in mud, sweat, and blood, the color of skin is irrelevant.  

I will always advocate for you.

I often receive questions and comments from those who need help the most.  They know something isn’t quite right, or that their experiences are not okay, or that they need help.  When I began speaking I was worried that this would… Continue Reading →

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