And so it goes...

Recent West coast transplant just settling back into the Midwest. Mama, yogi, music-loving, project manager. Welcome to my little nook.

Finally reunited after a 22 month hiatus. The perfect house packing partner!
20 year high school reunion. Sweet baby Jesus, save me.


Nearly everything is better with cheese.


Well, this weekend has been the most intense, change filled, in recent history. Possibly ever.
I don’t think I’ve ever been more terrified, yet completely, entirely ready for the next. The last 6 months have been sad, isolating and has tested my faith, trust and reliance in people.
That being said, please cross toes, fingers, legs, send good thoughts, prayers and juju as you believe for a peaceful, kind transition into the next phase.

What a difference 20 hours can make. This kiddo is rocking a 104+ fever and I’m trying really hard not to have a panic attack. Send wine. Or vodka.

Chill, Homie.



Chill, Homie.


“Growth is painful. Change is painful.But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong.”

—   Mandy Hale (via womanbythesea)

(Source: onlinecounsellingcollege, via cattinthecity)


a :  a place or state of restraint or confinement

b :  a place or state of neglect or oblivion <proposals kept inlimbo>

c :  an intermediate or transitional place or state

d :  a state of uncertainty

I hate every single fucking definition of this stupid word.

“We recognize that same-sex marriage makes some people deeply uncomfortable. However, inertia and apprehension are
not legitimate bases for denying same-sex couples due process
and equal protection of the laws. Civil marriage is one of the
cornerstones of our way of life. It allows individuals to celebrate and publicly declare their intentions to form lifelong partnerships, which provide unparalleled intimacy, companionship, emotional support, and security. The choice of whether and whom to marry is an intensely personal decision that alters the course of an individual’s life. Denying same-sex couples this choice prohibits them from participating fully in our society, which is precisely the type of segregation that the Fourteenth Amendment cannot countenance.”

—   The Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, overturning Virginia’s ban on gay marriage today (!!!!!!)

(Source: fullcredit, via umcanyounot)