I know what many of you are thinking, "Rosalie, are you out of your mind?" The answer is "yes." That however, is an unrelated fact. All things spooky, abandoned and haunted are my absolute favorite things. It was only a matter of time before I went and did something like this and let me tell … Continue reading I Adopted a Haunted Doll…
Have you ever experienced having a dream, or a goal, something that makes you incredibly excited and you spend hours on end thinking about it, intricately￼ coming up with the exact way you're going to make this dream or goal become a reality. You then decide ￼to tell somebody you care about and who is … Continue reading Negatively Questioning Positive Goals
If you didn't read my previous post, I recently lost someone who meant the world to me, and I'm currently struggling my way through the grieving process. Imagine running a 5k through 4 feet of swamp water. That's my life lately. I'm experiencing nightmares frequently which is resulting in my inability to sleep. There are … Continue reading I Can’t Sleep…
The tricky thing about grief is that is makes no sense. They tell you the steps of grief and how it's all normal but what they don't tell you is how sometimes you'll go through every step of grief in one hour and then repeat the process five hours later. Losing someone you love has … Continue reading The Missing Half of My Heart
As of today I am twenty-two years young. I am by no means "old" yet but boy do I remember being fourteen years old counting down the seconds until I turned sixteen and could drive, or eighteen and could finally make my own rules. It all feels like yesterday to me. It's bizarre thinking that … Continue reading It’s My Birthday!
I'm going to get really candid about my experience with anxiety in this post. Some of the things I say may be triggering. If you're an individual who struggles with mental illness, please proceed with caution. As I type this it's just about three in the morning. I've spent the better part of my night … Continue reading Anxiously Awaiting Morning
At work today a woman who was struggling watching her mother in pain told me not to worry about her because she said: "I'm fine." I replied "yeah, strong women always say that even when they're not -- I'm still here, though... if you need to not be fine." And I think more people need … Continue reading It Really is Fine if You’re Not Fine.