Dear Husband

Divorce looks good on us, right? I am grateful that we’ve decided to keep in touch and be friendly towards each other although I believe our true intention of communicating is to see who suffers the most...

Accepting Grace, Forgiving Me

I hit my dog once. I hit the poor, little, Benji-type creature so hard that he actually cowered away from me. It wasn’t that I didn’t love him; I thought he was the sweetest little thing in the world, and he was such a...

Dating (In Your 30s) Sucks

Over the weekend, I had brunch with a man who reminded me of a piece of stale, white bread. He was neither attractive nor unattractive, but was incredibly boring. I completely understood why he was single, but our...

Connecting To Destiny

Soul mates indeed exist. As a matter of fact, Sylvia Plath said it best when she said, “We should meet in another life. We should meet in the air, me and you.” Although most poets live in an artistic realm of limitless...

Walking In My New Truth

Over the past year, I’ve gone through the mourning process of my divorce, embarked on a spiritual awakening, and encountered a divine, yet friction-filled connection, with my twin flame. Now, the simultaneousness of...

Loving You

“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” – Marilyn Monroe  A few months ago, my wife asked me to place the above quotation in the spare bedroom that...

Struggling Widow

Growing up, I was one of those girls who fantasized about being with someone famous. I was going to marry Billy Idol… he just didn’t know it. I also wanted a piece of Robert Smith from The Cure, Judd Nelson from The...

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