These are my truths...
These are my truths...
So many suffer silently. It's time to open a discussion.
I pray every day that the reaction my son gives me when I offer him a carrot is the same response he has when offered drugs and alcohol.
Dear Pampered Teens...
I'm Coffee's bitch...
SUKI is all over everyone's websites this week! Feeling blessed and honored!
This book is original and powerful. The narrator will surprise you, but the end will shock you.
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I have always been a big believer in saying what you mean. I'm not good at small talk, hate playing mind games, and am currently creating a strongly worded petition to have cliches banned from the English language.
It's official! After thinking long and hard, I decided to write the sequel to SUKI.
As in the first book, there is a very important message and lesson to be learned and I'm happy to share a sneak peek with my fans.
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Without directions we'd be lost, but sometimes they're not clear, or something pushes us to ignore them and create a new path for ourselves.
Your Facebook profile picture has most of your teeth photoshopped in.
Soul, another four letter word, would starve if it missed both the good and bad experiences - the very nourishment it needs for growth and well being.
Jeanne holds her hands to her sunken cheeks and makes a mock scared face. She almost knocks her wig off of her head but doesn't pause to push the thin wisps of once blond hair back up into hiding. Instead, they stick out, the last tufts of what was once a thick mane - healthy, bouncy, and full of life - dying a slow death alongside her deteriorating brain cells.
The high pitched girly voice she uses goes right through him so he turns his wheelchair away from her and toward the damaged window, as if not looking at her is the same as not hearing her. "Oh no! I sharted on myself! Who's gonna come change my diaper and clean me up?"
I wrote this book with the intention of helping others to heal after loss, never having any idea of just how much it would touch people. I have been told many different heartbreaking and amazing stories, but all have ended the same way - "thank you for writing this book".
Riley is now in the last stage of rejection. She will require dialysis & a new kidney is the only answer.
What will you do for the ones you have been left with to love?