Cary, NC — As far back as I can remember, I have loved news. Not the sensationalism or the political leanings that all-too-often intermingle with it now, but news in its truest form.
Cary, NC — The way I see it, the last thing anyone needs from me is any sort of recap of 2021. We’re all aware of the headlines that came and went and the ups and downs that the last 365 days brought.
What I do find useful though, is sharing a few things I learned more about and found useful this year that I will certainly take into the next — setting intentions, digging deeper into the self-care business, and actively practicing gratitude.
Cary, NC — There’s an experience I’ve embarked on in the last year or so that’s taught me a lot about patience, responsibility and even how to rid the smell of urine from my living room. Let me explain.
Cary, NC — Before I embark on the tale of how I “said yes to the dress,” I have to start by saying I’m truly not your typical bride.
Cary, NC — Last month was Pride month and usually, it’s a time for many to show their connection to or support of the LGBT+ community.
Cary, NC — Someone recently asked me, “What is something that was always there before the pandemic that you didn’t notice until staying home?” After a moment of thought, I answered “the birds.”
Cary, NC — Yes, folks. It’s gotten to the point where I pitched a tent in my backyard for a mini “vacation”.
Cary, NC — I took a Saturday afternoon walk around the downtown area and noticed that what was once the Cary Library was now a pile of debris and bent metal.