A day of volunteering proved to leave me with more purpose, more awareness and a heck of a lot happier!
When I started 2015, I had a feeling that it would be a good year. I knew it would be different and that 2015 would bring with it time for change and growth in myself. I knew things would be different than in previous years, but I never anticipated just how impactful and transformational the … Continue reading 2015: The Turning Point Year
Flawful. As I write this post my computer is giving me the red squiggly line to show me that "flawful" is not a word. Maybe it's because we as humans are only observant to things that are flawless and look to turn away the things that are full of flaws. But we seem to forget … Continue reading Being a flawful human
Death is a scary thing. We don't know what it feels like. We don't know what happens to us after we die. It can happen to anyone at anytime. And the scariest part of death – it is inevitable. So it can be especially tough when it comes to a loved one getting sick and … Continue reading Count Your Angels
Wednesday's announcement of Catholic school closings meant that my former elementary school, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, would be closing next year. I never would have thought that OLSH would close its doors. At one point it had nearly 800 students walking its halls, with fire drills having lines of three down the stairs. … Continue reading Goodbye, OLSH…Until Next Time