Seasonal Depression

Every year, I experience seasonal depression. After Thanksgiving, my husband heads off to hunting camp with a group of fellow hunters. It ruins my holiday high and leaves me feeling less than jolly. I feel an overwhelming quietness. Spending most of my days alone and writing means this is not an unusual occurrence; however, it... Continue Reading →

There is a Time

I watched The Andy Griffith Show with my husband during our junior year of college. I remember sitting in my grandmother's living room, and this show would come on that old TV, making it seem older than it was because the show was black and white in the early seasons. Anything that makes me nostalgic... Continue Reading →

Something We Can Agree On

I used to think climate change wasn’t real. That went along with my ignorant phase, forgive me for not knowing any better and being an adolescent. I didn’t research climate change, and there weren't valid, trustworthy sources to give me information if I did read about it. It’s incredible how easy it is to find... Continue Reading →

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