Love Runs

  This year I am running the Detroit Free Press Half Marathon on Sunday October 15th.  I am doing something that I haven’t done before and that is fundraising for a run that I am participating.  It gives a new goal, a new drive and a new purpose behind my running. Here is a little […]

I’ve been Making Time For Me

I can’t believe how long it has been since I have written on here.  I’ve missed it and I’ve missed you. Sorry that I have been MIA, I mean, maybe you haven’t even noticed.  Moving sure does take a lot out of girl.  Longer commutes in the morning because the kids are still in the […]

Teenage Spotlight: 4/22

I would like to start it from my family so the family except so much from you in your academics but you can’t make it all the time. I am a 17 years old teen and my mind is confused like anything. I do not have much friends in my life because sometimes I don’t […]

Teenage Spotlight 4:15

What it is like being a teen in 2017 …   I always had this idea in my head, since the beginning; that I would be an adult, I would feel it once I wasn’t a teenager anymore. Iimagined myself being confident, wearing makeup, high heels, holding a handbag, having no more acne.  However coming near the […]

Teenage Spotlight: 4/8

For me, becoming a teen was like getting up in the middle of the night and groping around in the dark to find the kitchen, not totally sure what to do once I got there but hoping it would come to me when I arrived. I’m  groggy. I’m lost in my own house. Everything I […]

Thankful Thursday: Long Time

I feel like it has been so long since I have posted on here.  Perhaps the longest since I started really taking this seriously back in early 2016. That is OK though.  There was something about moving that relaxed me.  That set me free a bit if you will.  I haven’t been stressing about all […]

Teenage Spotlight: 4/1

The scene opens on the dimly lit room of the protagonist,  a careless human being hidden amongst 4 brightly colored blankets like a human heap. You’d not recognize it when you see it at first, at least, not as a living creature, until the curtains are drawn and a sharp beam of light comes in, […]