This place is the same as when I left it 9 years ago. Suburban. Flat. And so ridiculously HOT. It’s the same but yet, completely different. It has the same drab look of manicured lawns and over sized Southlake homes, Colleyville’s friendly neighborhood parks and schools. I get the same quaint feeling when I drive… Continue reading Home Is Where The Coffee Is
So, apparently the brain doesn’t have just TWO acute stress responses, but THREE: Fight Flight Freeze Did you know this? Ya, me neither. The first couple years in LA were a fluctuation between fight and flight responses with a heavy concentration on flight. I was terrified of executive producers, successful writers and big name talent.… Continue reading Pausing the Dream
I think I’m in love. He’s sleek. He’s sexy. He’s got that handsome, mature, salt-and-pepper look. His name is Harvey. He shares my insane affinity for road trips and adventures. There’s honestly no place I’d rather be than riding alongside him on a new adventure. He lets me vent and he gives me control over the… Continue reading Harvey
No one wants to admit how much they NEED family. But, the truth is we all do, whether we like it or not. As the baby of the family I have the chronic need to prove that I’m able to do things on my own. As the youngest sister, I’m all too familiar with the… Continue reading Family Ties
Look Past. Look past his face, the fear in his eyes, the smirk that doesn’t align. Look past the tint of her skin and the chip that proudly adorns her shoulder. Look past his age – the wrinkles and all the misconceptions and truths that lie in the folds. The dark secrets beneath his ignorance.… Continue reading Look up. Look Past.