MERRY CHRISTMAS! I hope everyone is having a great holiday so far, even though it's still early in the day. For this entry for Blogmas, I have decided to do my Personal Wish List. This year was a difficult year, and is still difficult for myself and my small family. With moving back to PA … Continue reading Blogmas – My Holiday Wish List 2019
Hello Unsanity readers! Thank you for staying with me this far along in my featured guests posts! I have been doing this since about October and have featured over 10 guests thus far! My next one is no stranger to anxiety and life struggles, especially when dealing with a physical illness that triggers these types … Continue reading Fibromyalgia and Me – Sydney Culver
Emotional Barriers in Life Like life, our blog has gone through an evolutionary process over the past while, part of which grew us to “Thoughts From The Wilderness”. It’s about relating how nature and the outdoors intersect with our daily lives; our struggles; and ways we might be able to triumph over issues that are … Continue reading Fences – Glen McKenzie
Friday nights are usually spent in bed now with my iPad or now laptop working and reading. I'm perfectly okay with this. My Friday nights used to be going out and having fun or going to a bar with a friend or two. I'm glad, as I get older, that it's died down a little … Continue reading To Start Is Not To Begin
Picture it: Huge cactus next to the back porch, dirt for a driveway. Over-hang on the front of the door with an attractive bistro table set up. Community pool staring you in the face every day as you sit in the front of your house. You wander inside for a mixed drink from your mini … Continue reading My Life In 5 Years
Everyone has hopes; you're human after all. This feeling is not sadness; this feeling is not joy. I truly understand, please don't cry now. Please don't go, I want you to stay. I'm begging you please, please don't leave here. I don't want you to change; for all the hurt that you feel. The world … Continue reading Illusion; At The End of Days.