Okay… I could try to write this better but I couldn’t if I tried. I mean, there’s no way to write this better. I’m laughing. I’m crying. I’m sitting in a coffee shop nodding my head and holding my hand up to Jesus saying, “Yaassss!” Lucky #13, Turtles & a Timely Perspective https://nataliebreazeale.wordpress.com/2019/06/02/turtle-envy-a-timely-perspective/ — Read … Continue reading Lucky #13, Turtles & a Timely Perspective
I drifted up to the ticket kiosk.
Black leggings, black and white sweater, a bajillion chains around my long neck, very dangly chain earnings, nose ring, all the black eye makeup… drifting in my wheelchair in the Army hospital.
Cause that’s how I roll. Continue reading See Me
Today I decided to do something I hadn’t done with one foot yet: Yoga I’m not talking about just a floor practice, either. There were no warrior poses but I did everything else. And do you know what I discovered? Yoga with one foot is really challenging. I can hear my friend Ani channeling Alan … Continue reading To Leap, Or Not To Leap
It’s not a secret that my life isn’t exactly going as planned at the moment and at times the proverbial wrenches in the works are so outrageous that it’s almost as though God’s throwing the worst at me to see how I will respond like a modern day Job. I’m not going to lie, there … Continue reading Finding Happy
Don’t mind me. I’m just a one legged woman in a skirt crawling around the back of my hatchback looking for the pin that fell out of the wheelchair so I can put it back together before the blizzard hits. I’ll be fine! I love my life, I really do. No matter what … Continue reading Loving Life
Have you ever looked back on old pictures of yourself only to shake your head at who you were in that moment and the choices you were making then? I’ve been doing just that all morning with some pictures of a party I was at, oh, three years ago. Something about these pictures has been … Continue reading Your Convincing Lies
I recently read somebody’s short musings about having spent too much time overthinking what she says, so rather than simply speaking her mind and openly expressing her feelings she does not take the time to speak her truth as often as she could or perhaps should. How many of us choose not to speak because … Continue reading Braving Rejection