Next month, my younger cousin is getting married and for my paternal side of the family, that means that my sister and I will be the only single female first cousins remaining. Many family members love to point this out to us and bring up the usual slew of questions that all singletons loathe. When … Continue reading IT’S OK TO BE SINGLE!
On Instagram, there is a feature that has suggestions for people you might want to follow. The other day, a guy from my past popped up in the suggestions. I haven’t seen or spoken to him in years so I clicked on it to see how he was doing and wound up clicking the “follow” … Continue reading FINALLY LETTING GO
At this time, exactly one year ago, I returned to my apartment after work and sat down to call my parents, a daily ritual since I moved to Los Angeles. With my parents in Detroit, I knew I had to catch them before they went to bed. On this particular day, my parents had been … Continue reading CONVERSATIONS WITH MY DAD
I spent most of yesterday bedridden, recovering from an allergic reaction to food contaminated with black pepper (yes, I am allergic to black pepper), and I opted to binge watch shows on Netflix. At some point in the evening a close friend texted me asking for advice. During our text conversation, I opted to pull a tarot … Continue reading SOMETHING STRANGE HAPPENED: SIGNS FROM MY DAD
Today is known as Single’s Awareness Day or what I like to call “Make Single People Feel Like Crap” Day. Since I am single and have been single on every Valentine’s Day since I was born, I have certain traditions for celebrating this day. But since I am striving to try something new every day, … Continue reading Single’s Awareness Day: Personal Challenge, 2-14-13
This is how I feel right now! Continue reading Dancing On My Own