(*This entry is written with an LDS perspective and my experiences as a member of the church. If you find yourself reading this, and are not a member... please know these words are meant just as much for you as anyone else.) This exact week last year, I met with a lawyer. I sat … Continue reading Where I am now
you’ve carried me.
It's been 4.5 months since I have been on here. I have had so many emotions and feelings about this space. Being back at BYU this semester, and especially in studying communications, I am gaining so many new insights on social media, blogging, and the effects these tools have in our lives. I have always … Continue reading you’ve carried me.
allowing the pain.
I had over seven years of scrambled eggs, diapers, braids, and timing naps just right. Convincing the girls to trust that nursery would be fun. Juggling three babes on four knees. Packing bags of snacks and coloring books, adjusting tights that were itchy, and making sure shoes came home in pairs. Bribing them during their … Continue reading allowing the pain.
My counselor explained it to me this way, "You're experiencing life right now as you would swimming in a turbulent ocean. You're being thrashed this way and that, forced in a direction you're not sure is towards the depths or the surface. Your body is tumbling and your bearings are lost. You might catch the sun's … Continue reading my truth
Customer service in the 21st century
If you saw my IG post from a few days ago... you saw that I've been on the hunt for the perfect living room area rug. Like blood, sweat, and tears type of hunting. Okay, not really. But I've spent an exorbitant and embarrassing amount of my time searching. If you're interested in my search, … Continue reading Customer service in the 21st century