Nervous yet hopeful. She knew she was on her own. She fought through the fear. #humpdayhaiku
Thankful for my boys. Grateful for love in my life and second chances. #humpdayhaiku What are you thankful for this year? Answer in the form of haiku (5 – 7 – 5 syllables).
Today’s haiku was written by a strong, amazing woman who took a big step this week. She gave me the go ahead to share her words, though I will keep her anonymous and simply say, it gets so much better. Tight chest hands shaking Hardest thing I’ve ever done Has to get better #humpdayhaiku Do […]
Though your words still hurt It’s only temporary I am whole again #humpdayhaiku Make my day and leave a comment in the form of a haiku (5 – 7 – 5 syllables)
“And this is what I learned: You can be shattered and then you can put yourself back together piece by piece. But what can happen over time is this: You wake up one day and realize that you have put yourself back together completely differently. That you are whole, finally, and strong – but you are […]
The last few weeks have been a bit crazy, being the last week of school, the first week of camp and my first year planning the annual meeting for Tedford Housing, which was (successfully) held last week. I thought the following post would be a fun one to look back on considering we are still active volunteers with […]