You and me, Me and you, two peas in a pod, tried and true. He and she, She and he, this love we share was meant to be. His and hers, Hers and his, Hands entwined we’re Mr. And Ms. Two bodies one soul, you and I, and you have my heart, I cannot lie.
In all honesty, it’s been tough to write for weeks. I feel covered in a heavy wet blanket of malaise that I can’t seem to shake, fueled by the awfulness in our country with all of the hate and division, all on top of a global pandemic. I am an emotional sponge and feel overwhelmed … More On Finding the Good
We just spent a few days in our happy place, the Nantahala Gorge region of western North Carolina. Sixteen years ago on the Summer Solstice we pledged to spend our lives together and have not looked back since…except to come back to this magical place almost every year to celebrate and honor our beginnings. What … More Cabin Fever
How can it be? (“Oh, it be!” you would say.) Fourteen years together, thirteen years since we married on Knottyhead Falls on the upper Nantahala River in North Carolina. Time truly does fly when you are having fun- and most especially when you are in love. We have experienced so much together; the highest highs of … More And My Heart Smiles Again
Even in the ER, Heavy D had to have her hairspray and brush. Two years ago today my mother fell, one month later to the day, she was gone. Each moment, frozen in memory, two points of time, forever etched into my mind. A month filled with some of the most heartbreaking and most preciously … More Handprints on the Heart
It is 4am, and I have hardly slept. I knew it would be a difficult night as my mind replayed the last night I spent with my mother in the Comfort Care wing of St. Vincent’s Hospital in those final hours before she died, one year ago today. I heard her voice calling me so … More On Angel Visits and Life Celebrations