Before you start reading, I want to let you know: this will be a sad one because, today, I’m writing for my personal healing and have already been crying, so you know…
The other night, I got to go to The Prelude again. It’d been a while, and I thought I hadn’t gone because my life had changed, and I’d been pretty busy working, leaving my husband, and starting a new life with my daughter, but as it turns out, something more had been keeping me from there, or should I say, some”one”… Continue reading
With everything going on in the news, it’s made me wonder: why haven’t “I” ever come forward with the names of those who hurt me?
The only reason I’ve come up with is that it’s because I’ve been healed from everything, but still, many things happened…many.
Like the time I was sixteen, when the manager at Burger King told me to sleep with him or I’d be out of a job, I lost my job.
Or when shortly after that, a forty year old man seduced me for months…I didn’t know any better. If you aren’t raised right, chances are, you’re not going to choose right. Anyway, there’s more. Continue reading
Well, after Friday night’s flop in shopping, Saturday morning was waiting for us to hit the stores, so I woke up early to spend extra time with God, in order to make it through the day.
Okay, here’s some honesty for you. Continue reading
just want to be loved
just want to know
just want things fair
just want to be seen
just want to be needed
when you meet
just let life
of the opposite
then the part of them
and break free
A couple weeks ago, I woke up with the worst headache ever. It was so severe; I went for Advil “before” I prayed. The pain was present for two days. On the second day, I decided to rely on God rather than Advil, and it left. Well…not forever. Continue reading
is an incentive
to act Continue reading
Yesterday, Janel and I met with our Outreach Director from the Rock about JC’s Girls. We talked about the transition of me stepping down and Janel stepping up, and we also talked about the funds needed for the upcoming porn convention outreach. Continue reading
“San Diego won’t be the same without you,” he said, as he looked out the window on our way home from church. It blew my mind! Continue reading