What's on your mind? It says in gray. The same old question every day. What's on my mind? It's quite a bit. But most folks just don't give a shit. Whats on your mind? It's how we share. Does every “like” mean someone cares? What's on my mind? It says, “Don't say.” I'm sure I'll … Continue reading The Art of Oversharing
I don't really read magazines, and I can't quite remember what brought me to the magazine rack at our local Wal-Mart the day I met Sarah (name changed to protect privacy). I suspect we were both just being where we needed to be, even if we didn't know it at the time. The last thing … Continue reading Meant to Be
Attitudes are like accents. The pronunciation of a person's thoughts offers clues to their state of mind. Strong attitudes can complicate a conversation in the same way a strong accent might. The confusion can lead to frustration, and the frustration can easily tailspin into insult or offense. Before you know it, understanding each other is … Continue reading Where Are You From?