Today whilst I was on my lunch break, a delivery driver knocked on our door and made me cry. Now, … Continue reading The Delivery Driver Made Me Cry
When most folks visit England, their first (and often times only) stop is London. Now, if you ask me, London … Continue reading Movement.
Making progress does not happen overnight, but with each step it does bring more peace. Continue reading Progress brings peace, one step at a time.
It’s funny how one quote, one little question can lead to such big change. For Christmas, my husband gave me … Continue reading Small question. Big change.
The struggles seem to fade away, the adventures are many but on a much smaller scale, and life just seems to get away from you. Time, it is never caught and it is always faster than you anticipate. Continue reading Swift fly the years.
One thousand ninety-five …six …seven …eight …nine …ten …eleven …twelve days. That’s how long I’ve been in England. Three whole … Continue reading Three Earth Years
Growing up stateside you are brought up with a particular set of musical tastes and depending on where you grew … Continue reading On a high note.
For the woman who gave me so much more than life. She gave me a chance to make mistakes so … Continue reading A selfless love.
Living in another country has its ups and its downs. One thing that keeps niggling at me is the helplessness … Continue reading Time is not always on our side.
Well, I guess the question I should ask is… Is this thing on? It’s been far too long since I’ve … Continue reading I’m baaaaaaack.