If you could talk to your childhood self, what would you say?
Even as I write the title for this, I cringe a bit. It's as if I should be on display at a circus -- hey, kids! Check out that single girl over there! Don't get too close, she might bite. I promise. I won't bite. I mean, unless you're into that 😉 Oh look. It's … Continue reading 30 Something And Single
The holidays are over. It's cold. It's grey. And it's dark by 5pm. Welcome to winter. I'm okay with the cold through the holidays. Makes it feel more like the holidays to me. But after New Years, I'm over it. Unless I pack it up and move somewhere that is warm year-round (why again don't I … Continue reading Tips To Get You Through Winter
Our old family VHS tapes sat in our hallway closet for years. Collecting dust, deteriorating, not being watched. Our photos, close neighbors to the videos, fading away in albums each day. Yes, I’m referring to the pre-digital era when everything wasn’t so nicely and immediately saved for you. I thought countless times about how I […]
Just a small town girl, living in a lonely … kidding. Just trying to set the mood of my “Journey". I grew up in London, Ohio --- a town of roughly 9,000 people. I went to college at Ohio University in the college town of Athens, Ohio. My career has taken me to Los Angeles, … Continue reading Small Town Girl, Big City Lessons
If you’re anything like me, and probably most people, you find being comfortable easy. We stay in places where are aren’t happy, where we aren’t fulfilled and where we aren’t challenging ourselves. Why? Because we’re comfortable and comfortable is easy. Comfortable is also dangerous. It allows us to stay within the status-quo, where routines become … Continue reading How To Start A New Work Out Routine
“Kelli?” I looked up through my tears. Pastor Steve was summoning me up to speak at my brother’s funeral. My big brother and only sibling, Justin Arthur Wall, was the kindest soul I have ever known. His gorgeous smile hid the pain behind his beautiful dark brown eyes. When he laughed, it was contagious. If … Continue reading The Hummingbird