In New Orleans the air was muggy, and I had to prepare myself to get back into SUV and travel 400 miles back to Georgia. We loaded the car and drove down a windy ramp to the main road to get our butts back to Atlanta ASAP. Zombies were still standing on their … Continue reading N.O. = No
I was diagnosed with OCD over a year again. Since then I have changed a lot. I've been taking my meds every day and not skipping a day. I am happy to see the change in myself. I haven't been as obsessed with the things I was obsessed with before. I haven't been cleaning as … Continue reading OCD? Not Much.
My parents have been married for twenty-five years and though those years I have seen many things. Anyone who has both their parents or remember a time when their parents together knew there were those rifts in their marriage. It's hard to see the people you love go through something that seems unsolvable. You wonder … Continue reading Understanding the Hard Stuff
When I was diagnosed with OCD last year I wasn't seeing much of my future. I was inside a bubble of fear, sure that nothing would ever change about me and that I was destined to be miserable for the rest of my life. The stability that I was going to gain didn't seem logical … Continue reading Taking it One Day at a Time
That most important meal of the day is my least important meal of the hour. I don't like eating between seven and ten in the morning. If I eat waffles I want them at six pm. I used eat breakfast because I had to but as I grew older I skipped the meal. I didn't … Continue reading I Don’t Like Breakfast
As I got older I started to have to not only take care of myself but other members of my family too. It's not anything serious, but with age comes responsibility. As a young adult, my mom gave me the task of taking care of my younger brother who is now eighteen. I didn't realize … Continue reading Being Mom Jr.
I can say from experience that loving people regardless is the hardest commandment in the bible to follow. It requires turning the other cheek a lot even when someone has scorn you. I have hurtful memories from people I haven't seen in years and people who are close to me. Believe it or not, just … Continue reading Spreading Love With a Sword in Your Back