Art by Vincent Giarrano She turns up the volume to avoid voices in her head. Memories of small-town life, rocking on her daddy’s knee, are enough to tear her apart. Strumming her guitar, singing that comes from deep within. It’s the only time she feels human, forgiven, and content. This was written … Continue reading Singing Soul
It seems hard at times to find the “thankful” when I feel more like saying, “No thanks!!!” to life. As they always tell people in N.A. groups, even if you used, come to the meetings and practice sobriety, a “fake it til you make it” type of mantra. So, I’ll apply that here today. … Continue reading TTofT ~ Fake It Til You Make It
This summer hasn’t been as eventful as last year. It seems as though last year, everything was happening back to back with my oldest going to 4-H camp for the first time, then a family reunion, a month of them being in N.C. with their father, a vacation in Pigeon Forge. With everything going on … Continue reading 6 Good Times
This week’s statements: 1. I don’t like ___ 2. I have a difficult time using ____ 3. I love ____ movies because ____ 4. I prefer to read ____because ___ 1. I don’t like dishonesty. 2. I have a difficult time using a schedule. 3. I love suspense/thriller movies because there is always the anticipation … Continue reading Follow Friday Four Fill In 119
Reunion of sorts at the high school I attended 4 years with my lifelong friends and friends made along the way. Our football team, Cougars, which is still watched around here, in 1992, my sophomore year took us to State Championship.