Colliding into Eric Saperston on the road to Hana

The air-conditioned bus swayed over the road. The passengers were friendly, there were just a lot of us. Every seat was taken. The smell of salty sweat and suntan lotion hung in the air while we took in the beauty of Maui's Road to Hana. Our party of nine filled half the bus, and as … Continue reading Colliding into Eric Saperston on the road to Hana

When the Truth Didn’t Hurt

This post comes from a weekly memoir writing prompt provided by The Red Dress Club. This week's RemembeRED prompt was to write about a time something seemingly terrible happened,but looking back, it brought something wonderful. “Come over,” she said in response to my sobbing. Sniffle, snort, snort. “Really, you think I’m going to make a … Continue reading When the Truth Didn’t Hurt

Guest Post: Brook

"DW - do you know what today is?" "Sure - it's St. Patrick's Day, the anniversary of our first big fight," DW smirked. "You jerk! Yes it's St. Patrick's Day, the anniversary of our engagement!" Not only is it a day of green beer and corn beef with cabbage, but it is today's guest blogger's birthday. One … Continue reading Guest Post: Brook

Guest Post: Melissa Gay

Blogging has filled some vacancies in my life that I never thought possible, especially in regards to friendships. Although I have never met this next guest blogger in person, I feel like I know her, heart and soul. She is honest, witty, charming and full of life even on her worst days. Melissa also has … Continue reading Guest Post: Melissa Gay

Finding Myself On the Other Side of the Tracks

I'm not usually a very impulsive or spontaneous person. If anything, my close family and friends would agree that I painstakingly take my time to make a decision. It's not that I can't be flexible. I just prefer sticking to a plan and going with what I know. Researching  my options seems logical and responsible. … Continue reading Finding Myself On the Other Side of the Tracks