As a child, I believed all of my toys could see, feel, and hear just like me. In fact, there was nothing in my world that was any different than I was. I remember the first time my mother made me throw away toys, drawings, and torn up clothes that I adored……I cried. They had […]
Category: twenty nineteen
A fork in the road always comes. A test along the way. A chance to practice….or maybe an opportunity to re-evaluate our choices.
Recently I drove back to Mississippi, a place I grew up and have affectionately referred to as “back home” for the past three years, to see family. First, this was a huge accomplishment for me because whenever I have to drive long distances (six hours one way) and on the interstate, it triggers my anxiety. […]