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February 23, 2018
If you didn't read yesterday's post (warning, it's long), I had a problem with my path to and from the bus stop being blocked by the apartment complex behind me. I usually take that path with my loaded down grocery cart, or lately, with my loaded down rolling backpack (since the grocery cart broke).
February 22, 2018
As some of you know, I do not own a car, which is good in some ways, and very bad in others. As I get older, the heat affects me worse every year, so I have to adjust my lifestyle rather drastically to avoid being out in the heat. In the summer, I shop only at WalMart, because I can go there at 7 a.m.
February 04, 2018
People say I'm brave, and they admire me for my tenacity, the way I go on despite challenges to my life. Some say they could never live like I do, with just enough to get through and no more. Well, I'm not brave, I'm not always strong, and sometimes
January 28, 2018
One of my favorite quotes is "The things you take for granted, someone else is praying for." Today I'm thankful for soup.
Due to some needless beauracracy and January being a lean month for freelance writers, I am literally at the bottom of the barrel as far as food goes. I've picked up some work
January 24, 2018
January 20, 2018
I have a horrible pessimistic attitude sometimes, but I'm learning to turn those negative thoughts into positive thoughts by looking for the good in the bad
So this morning I was feeling overwhelmed about having too much to do when I really need to be working - apartment needs cleaning, courtyard needs cleaning, leaves need to be
January 16, 2018
I spent most of my young life being told I wasn't good enough, pretty enough, fast enough, slow enough, loud enough, too loud. My family took great joy in putting me down, and I internalized all these things until I crumbled inside. I walked away from most of my family