Relax, don’t do it.

Veronica walks into her home from an exhausting day. Sighing heavily, she shakes off her coat and bag and angrily peels off the layers of business casual. Gleefully, she remembers her husband has taken the kids to visit his parents. What will she do with all this spare time? There’s nothing like a hot soothingContinue reading “Relax, don’t do it.”

Sexual Healing: Worldly Wisdom from a Wholesome Ho

I had a male friend take me on a date, and after meeting his mother beforehand, he mentioned to me that she had described me as “worldly”. For those of you not familiar with polite religious lady shade, worldly is not a compliment. That is southern-evangelical for ho. At the time, I was sixteen, a virgin, and hardly a ho by any stretch of the imagination. My feelings were hurt, and I became defiant. I was shook by the way my date laughed as if he knew something about me that I didn’t. I was seriously taken aback, clutching my pearls, and by pearls I mean a figurative pearl necklace, not the metaphorical pearl necklace that he gave me later that night. Okay… maybe I was a little bit of a ho.

Ode to Paper

Ever since I can remember, I have always had an obsession with stationary. Many times as a girl, I would slip away from my mother, and could be found wandering the aisle of the office supply section of the grocery store. To this day, I cannot leave a store without perusing the aisle of pens,Continue reading “Ode to Paper”