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
So I had my wisdom removed, this should have been super exciting for me because my mouth was sore and my gums began to soften for the breakthrough. From my x-rays, I thought that I could keep at least two of them with my bottom set of teeth. I wanted to be one of the … Continue reading When I Got My Wisdom Teeth Pulled
I was six years old and leaning back in my green plastic kiddie chair in the living room watching evening cartoons with my little brother when I broke my wrist. I screamed and ran into my mom's room with my floppy limb in my hands and I recall her saying, "I told you!" I had … Continue reading The Groans and Aches of Broken Bones
When I was younger, I was a little more patient with putting up with guys from my past. As I get older I want to move on to a bigger, brighter, better, future. Not to say that these guys are not great, but not great for me. I have gone back and forward with one … Continue reading Dating Isn’t Easy
We all know that we are supposed to exercise, but knowing you are supposed to do something doesn't make you do. Another thing, telling people what bad things can happen will not scare them into not doing something or doing something, thus the reason we still have smokers. But healthcare website, health bloggers, and doctors … Continue reading Me vs Exercise
For the first time in many years, my family and I went to Six Flags during the summer. Of course, it was hot and my sweaty back drenched my entire t-shirt and my feet ached from not wearing the right shoes. But that was all apart of the fun. My dad called me at eleven … Continue reading Six Flags