My Journey Back to Work

Medical leave from work is something many people face, yet rarely discuss. Read on as I open up about my journey back to work through physical degeneration.

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[Insert Communication Cliché Here]

As we prepare to move, I find myself slightly saddened. Kyle and I both agree that we have outgrown this loft and are eager for more space. As I pack up tiny mementos, reflecting on these two clashing emotions, the gloomier of the two leaves me curious, wondering. I’ve found that this tiny 692 sq ft loft is […]

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Easter Reflection

I recently gained permission to travel. We decided to start with a quick road trip. It’s difficult to explain how toilsome traveling can be when you’re trying to manage an uncooperative body. Prior to this weekend, I must have made half a dozen lists of everything I could possibly need. I felt so nervous and […]

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April: The Month of the Military Child

April is the month of the military BRAT. What is a military BRAT? Any Google search result will go on to describe this unique culture. We even have our own flower, a Dandelion, which can put down roots almost anywhere. That, I especially love. There are countless creeds, coins, acronyms, and sayings accompanying the military […]

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Saint Padraig

My Sister and Bub mentioned in Doritos Fried Chicken and Sibling Rivalry article are half Irish. Coincidentally enough, my stepfather, their father, is named Patrick. Why not post about it? Saint Patrick’s day can be filled with countless shenanigans in America from green beer, shamrocks, and Saint Paddy’s day parades, but what is the day really […]

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Spring Training and Epiphanies

I was raised in a Christian family that has a strong love for America’s pastime. The love of baseball runs deep. My mom, once subjected to double black eyes when getting whacked in the nose playing baseball with her brother and his friends, has passed on this love of the sport. I even played baseball […]

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