Bookshelf Tour – Part 2

Some of you may remember my first Bookshelf Tour: Part 1 and a lot of my favorite books featured there. Today, I am going to do part 2 of my bookshelf tour, navigating you through a variety of novels: their genres, content, etc. This tour will be a little different because some of the books featured on…

Fluttering of Feathers

There are moments where being In love feels like flying, Soaring high above tree tops And chasing the sun – Other times it’s found in the Mundane, the routines, The ebbs and the flows of All that it means to be human, More of an existence Rather than a fluttering of feathers. But most often,…

A Bundle of Thanks

So much has happened these past couple of months, and I don’t quite know where to begin. All I know is that I’ll be a married woman in less than a week, and that thought boggles my mind. Last Saturday some of my bridesmaids took me out for my bachelorette, and knowing me so well,…

Short, Fragile & Unexpected

Life is short. Life is fragile. Life is unexpected. And we waste much of it on worrying and complaining. In the end, we mourn lost opportunities, lost time, lost joy. I don’t know when our final days on this earth will coalesce, but I do know that I want to cherish every moment. Life is…

Poetry Posts: Week 8

I’m slacking on my poetry, yet again! I’ll try to make up for it! ……….………… Mornings Five A.M. is Early morning Mists, frost-kissed Bows, rooster Crows, a peaking Sun, gentle hues, And above all, A slow, welcome Into a new day. …………………… Laugh Your Face Off I’m convinced that Laughter is the heart’s Greatest medicine….

Two Years!!

I’ve been MIA in the blogging department as of late due to an overwhelming load of homework. Grad school is no joke, friends. But as the week is coming to a close and assignments are passed in, I feel the pace petering out to a steady tromp. It feels good. Relieving. In the midst of…

Poetry Posts: Week 5

Thanksgiving Sometimes when you Don’t have the words To say just how Thankful You are, Mashed potatoes, Turkey and gravy Seem to say It all. ………………… Brother The day after Thanksgiving Has always been one of My favorites. Christmas music plays in The background as smells Of reawakened cinnamon And pine emerge from Lidded bins….

Bookshelf Tour: Part 1

I’ve been looking forward to writing this post, and I’m so stoked that I’ve finally found the the time to sit down and make this happen. Welcome to my first ever “Bookshelf Tour” where I will introduce (or reacquaint) you to some of my favorite novels that currently sit happily on the limited shelf-space in…