Redirected Reconciliations: Part Two

Generally speaking, most of us would feel this underlying need to forgive a parent in their exceeding absence. We'd accept their minimal, sporadic attempts at communicating with us-- their child. And those around us expect  us--the child-- to overlook our insecurities. Overlook our hurt. Overlook our anger. Even overlook our longing. We'd allow these strangers  into our …

My Ode’ to 2016

Oh, my 2016... You were kind to me, Dear year. You were patient with me, too. You offered great clarity and even opened my heart when I didn't realize it needed to be. You, 2016, were awesome. Yep, its that time where your timeline is inevitably filled with year end recaps and high hopes for …