That's Life

That's Life

I don't recall serious heartache or sadness during my first 10 years of life. But in 5th grade, all that changed. This was my story and my thoughts on bullying.

En route to the airport, my heart sank and I panicked as I realized my shoes were missing. Little did I know it would lead to a *rather* embarrassing moment...

Have you ever turned on your phone, camera is on, you see what you look like, and what you're doing, and you're just like... I need to reevaluate some things...

Ever wonder if ADD is a real thing? A lot of people do. Let me tell you about my amazing morning and let you be the judge, LOL.

As I turned down the kindness and help of... everyone, at a time when I knew I really needed it, one specific moment made me realize that I have a problem...

Going under the knife... Not a lot scares me. Surgery scares me, as is evidenced by this post full of nervous-typing. Hahaha. Ugh. See you on the other side.

It was supposed to be a super low-key night. Then I came to, my face pressed on the floor next to a public toilet, staring into the eyes of my panicked friends.

As I sit here struggling with my latest health battle, I watch from my window as a hurting homeless man passes below. And it makes me realize something...

Since I posted an Instagram of me in all of my Emergency Room, hospital-gown, doped-up glory yesterday, I thought I better give you an update...

New to the city, my scared (and now awake) child asked what had just shaken the entire house. Rather annoyed by it myself, I decided to tell him... the truth.

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After my friends freeze-framed a horrific picture of me and began roasting me with it, I gave it to all of you to try and outdo them. You did not disappoint!

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