It’s Okay To Be Afraid Sometimes

If you asked me the question “What are you afraid of?” a few years ago, I would have shrugged it off with an answer of “heights” like it was no big deal.  We’re all afraid of little things… things that make our flesh crawl.  For my husband, that’s spiders.  If you put me up against […]

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myers-briggs personality test

In high school, I took AP Psychology, a course which I picked up 10% because college credit, and 90% because it was a college-level psychology class and as a senior, I was intellectually bored.  One of the things I remember vividly from the course was personality analysis, an aspect of psychology that fascinates me endlessly. […]

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an ill-fitting dress

For years, I walked around ashamed of the things I love. A lot of people define adulthood by the milestones we’ve reached – a career, a marriage, children.  Owning a house.  Moving out of the parents’ house, at least.  Some simply say when you turn eighteen, you’re a grown up.  With being an adult comes […]

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subtlety is not an option

I am not the sort of person who plays politics well, or holds her opinions to herself.  To be terrifically blunt, I’m happy to be who I am and say what I think.  If I find myself in a position where it would be unwise for me to tell off, say, a relative or an […]

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i am not the rain, but i love it

I would like to note that I am not as bitter and irritable a person as my latest posts make me seem.  In fact, I’m quite friendly.  Here’s a recent picture: See, I bet you expected a withered, irritable old hag with scraggly hair and angry eyes.  Fact: my hair is usually quite scraggly, but […]

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