It Didn’t Start in the Gas Chamber

It Didn’t Start in the Gas Chamber

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The day of liberation for Auschwitz. A week or so ago I had come across a website that had taken several publicly shared photos from around the web of people jumping, laughing, or crassly posing at the Holocaust...
Project 52 – The 52 Week Drawing Challenge for Artists

Project 52 – The 52 Week Drawing Challenge for Artists

I really enjoyed doing Inktober in 2016, though I found the deadline of a new drawing every single day to be a really big challenge, one that beat me in the last half of the month. When I saw “Project 52” posted by @lashawnwiltz on Instagram, I fell in...
How My Faith Compels Me to Live

How My Faith Compels Me to Live

I don’t really know how to start this, or what do say, or how to express myself on this subject. But I do have many thoughts, so I’ll just jump in and do my best to coherently express them here. If we are going to claim righteous morality as the cause behind our every...
Needing Her Mother’s Love

Needing Her Mother’s Love

Being the mother of a 10 month old is both incredibly fun and also incredibly exhausting. It’s so amazing to watch her grow and learn each day, and very tiring when she’s bent on screaming just because she wants to hear her voice. One of the most incredible aspects...
Making Friends

Making Friends

Making friends as an adult is no joke. Of all the things I took for granted as a child and didn’t appreciate, the ability to easily make friends and plans is one of the ones I miss the most as an adult. Acquaintances are easy, people you see in passing, at work, at...
You Don’t Owe Anyone a Relationship

You Don’t Owe Anyone a Relationship

“He’s a nice guy, just give him a chance.” “Your standards are too high.” “You’ll have to settle sometime, because Mr. Perfect doesn’t exist.” These are some of the things people (and women in particular) are often told when they turn down the advances of a person...