My “Good Enough” is Great

Where I’m from, there is no “good enough”. You’re either great, bordering on perfection or you’re just mediocre. Virtually unseen. Growing up, this idea was reinforced at home, at my over-achieving academic elitist high school, and among my friends. What I’ve come to understand is that it wasn’t the places and people in my lifeContinue reading “My “Good Enough” is Great”

With Gratitude Always – A Ritual in Honor of Kate Shrum

On January 11, 2019, my friend Kate Shrum died of cancer. When she publicly shared her diagnosis at the beginning of August 2018, I reached out to her with an encouraging message and no doubt in my mind that she would kick cancer’s ass. Less than 6 months later, she was gone. Kate and IContinue reading “With Gratitude Always – A Ritual in Honor of Kate Shrum”

Enchantment in “Adulthood”

Magic that reminds you of childhood is a potion. It is a calling to a piece of your soul that can easily slip away in adulthood. It is spell satchels buried in earth and choreographed dances to Ace of Base. It is eating raw cookie dough and driving nowhere in particular. When I stumble uponContinue reading “Enchantment in “Adulthood””