Yesterday was a rough day for marginalized folks in Alabama. While Democrats gave Republicans a run for their money here, which does give me some hope, Republicans still won everything overall and passed four amendments that are incredibly harmful for many Alabamians. It's hard waking up to that fog the day after an election. Being … Continue reading There Will Be Days Like This
This weekend we went to a company picnic hosted at a super popular and super amazing local farm called Tate Farms! Entrance is $12 for ages 2 and over, which isn't bad for a full day of activities! This massive farm boasts acres of pumpkins and cotton, with a massive play area for kids that … Continue reading Pumpkin Patch Day!
When I watched the film "Secret Window" starring Johnny Depp, it was the first time I confronted the concept of a writer's retreat and I loved it (spoilers: minus all the psychosis and murder). Living with writers block these past two years especially has been hell and I've often romantisized the notion of escaping to … Continue reading I’m writing a book. I hate it.
In Alabama this week something unexpected happened. For the first time in 25 years a Democrat won a Senate seat. The odds were stacked against Senator Jones, but despite this, he won with a 1.5% lead over his opponent, accused sexual predator, Christian extremist, and twice removed from office, Judge Roy Moore. If you've read … Continue reading Alabama Would Make Mama Proud
A few weeks ago I was reached out to by the director of our local Kate Spade store about a VIP event they were hosting! I'd stepped foot into Kate Spade a few times and always adored literally everything I saw, but hadn't yet found the courage to commit to something! So, when Jessika Perez … Continue reading A Day With Kate Spade
A few nights ago I snuggled down into my favorite comfy chair, exhaled slowly, and moaned, "I hate this." I lamented to my husband that while I'm exhilarated and excited about standing up for my convictions and my beliefs, I'm overwhelmed with the responsibilities and repercussions that come with it. About five years ago I … Continue reading The Silent Scream of a Southern Feminist