***LATE POST (like way way late)*** As I headed into the last leg of the nanowrimo process, I needed to take a breather from writing, so I came to my blog 😉 **then I waited several months before I came back** This has been such a harrowing experience; attempting to write a 50,000 word novel in…… Continue reading écrire plus!
Michelle Richmond New York Times bestselling author of The Year of Fog, Golden State I’m an introvert who loves entertaining a crowd. I’ve always had a hard time “going out.” Don’t get me wrong, my love of travel has taken me all over the world, from Ushuaia to Beijing to Budapest, Reykjavik to Oslo,…… Continue reading Confessions Of A Happy Introvert | Huffington Post
The reason I began this blog was to discover new and hopefully exciting things about myself, and to have a platform far removed from the more analytical set up of my cinema blog. I’ve been trying on different tones and styles through this little site and hopefully I continue to have a healthy dose of diverse topics and things to share. Just to prepared the reader, what I am about to describe is bit more raw and potentially emotional than my previous posts.
I love being obscure. Obviously I also ❤️ all things French (they just do everything better). I constantly see people posting pics of their children on social media and it makes me cringe, for one simple fact; a child is underage. I get creeped out over all the weirdos that have acces to so many pictures of these…… Continue reading et le bébé fair trios
With our wedding day behind us, my new hubby and I are left in utter bliss over how amazing our loved ones responded in preparation for our special day. Never before have I seen such an eclectic group come together in honor of a bride and groom. I am still humbled and elated by this…… Continue reading #marriedlife
When putting on a wedding becomes more for everyone else than for you and your partner, it may be time to re-prioritize.
Just because you’re getting married, doesn’t mean life’s external stressors suddenly halt before you. As the world grieves, it’s easy to become distracted by the overwhelming and often times conflicting emotions we may be experiencing; sadness for the devastation and loss, happiness for upcoming nuptials and celebrations, thankful for your loved ones safety. While remaining…… Continue reading keeping away the wedding woes
Originally posted on Wedbites:
When you first get engaged, it seems to be proper for you to immediately start planning the wedding. But in my opinion, you’re missing out on an amazing part of your life together if you do that. Why not enjoy your engagement a little bit before you go bonkers and start…