When Pain Rears Its Ugly Face

It’s been almost four months since I lost my companion. She was my everything. The first dog that was mine and not the family dog. The first pet I could hug and would tell me everything would be alright. She was the first living thing I told how deeply I was hurting and would just…

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Eyes Wide Open

Welp, I kind of majorly failed on blogging every day or two on what I’m thankful for. However, maybe being offline is what motivated me to get more done. As of today, I’ve: -registered to retake an exam I need to become an attorney after law school (I missed it by one point last time)…

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When You Hit a Nerve

I think posting every two days, instead of every day, is more realistic. So for my list of three yesterday: 1) I most enjoyed making french onion soup with my boyfriend using his new pressure cooker. It was so delicious. 2) I least enjoyed eating too much afterwards. 3) I think I’d like to look…

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New Year, New Veuve on Life

I’d like to give credit where it is due, but for whatever reason, I can’t put my finger on where I heard this sentiment the other day. Basically, the gist was that New Year’s Eve shouldn’t be the only time people kickstart change in their lives. You can do it tomorrow, you can do it…

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Tis the Season

Christmas has come and gone, and NYE is on the horizon. As I look back at the past few days, it’s crazy to think that what was once exclusively a religious celebration has turned into a bargain hunting madness people get into fights over parking spots at the mall for. Health-related, life seems to be…

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Kindness Is Underrated

Tomorrow would have been my puppy’s first birthday. A few nights ago I really struggled to come to terms with this. She’s gone and all of my “woulda, coulda, shoulda’s” don’t change reality as it is now. While I know she’s not in excruciating pain, it’s been really hard to adjust to her absence. After…

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