We are quickly approaching the close of 2016 and I can’t seem to shake this feeling that this was the year that changed everything for me.
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Some friends challenge you. Some friends wipe your tears. Real friends take you on a trip to Colorado for your 33rd birthday.
Halloween is tomorrow which means it won’t be long before Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” is playing in every Starbucks across the country. Yep, the wintery holidays are here and it’s time to get awkward because you’re single.
Currently rolling my eyes.
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“We Talk Different: Full Disclosure Episode 1”
by We Talk Different
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My Nerves Are Bad
Honestly, I feel like I’m watching a real life Hunger Games storyline play out right before my eyes in American politics. Sunday night, during the 2nd of 3 presidential debates, this one being held in town hall format, I realized something. Actually, I realized three things:
It’s all fuzzy, really, the way I met Jesus. I think I was 7 years old.
No, maybe 6.
My mother, who at the time had just previously attempted to end her life when her marriage of 10 years failed due to an infidel of a father, invited my older sister and brother and I to sit on the floor of her bedroom to have “the talk.” I can remember running my fingers through the carpet, trying to focus on each gold follicle of the stained bristles more than the awkwardness of the moment.