Can they smell the stench of rot coming from inside? Or hear the words attacking my brain, too evil to confide? Disintegrating bone and flesh are the fabrics of my soul, But on the outside looking in, they would never know. My arms are tired, my fire out, I’m too exhausted to keep going. Yet … Continue reading The Decay of Me
The ingredients of my soul, you ask? White gossamer curtains over an open window, A silent wonderland a dawn after snow. The way the wind blows and lights up the trees, It’s as if the leaves dance just for little old me. Music of any sort, it makes my soul come alive, Dancing and jumping … Continue reading The Ingredients of My Soul
I used to love love. I used to look for a sparkle in a stranger’s eye. I used to imagine I was the protagonist of one of my beloved stories. I can’t recall when that believing ended. I wonder if it hurt. I wonder if it was a slow process, or if it happened all … Continue reading Lost Chances
I saw you today. You were working, bustling around tables on a busy and sunny Sunday afternoon. Your hair was in a bun on top of your head. The backside of your head was closely shaved. Your hair was blonde. But not any blonde. The blonde that makes you look like you spend your dreams … Continue reading Maybe
An in-depth review of TEFL Worldwide Prague, my transitional half-way house when moving to Europe. A look at the community, cost, accreditation, and more.
I'm a city girl. I like bustle and buildings that light up at night and possibility around every grimy street corner. But my roots are country and it's that part f me that has fallen deeply in love with a small farm town called Meerkerk in the Netherlands.
"Day by day nothing changes, and yet when we look back, everything is different." - C.S. Lewis It was brought to my attention from a friend back home that today commemorates the 6-month anniversary since I packed my life into 100 lbs, hugged my family and friend’s goodbye and embarked on a journey with … Continue reading My Personal Reflections on 6 Months Abroad