Category Archives: womanhood

little lady goes to a hardware store

I feel kind of bad that I haven’t written here in what feels like weeks. I don’t think I really have a legitimate excuse for not being able to come here and write for five minutes, daily. I do always … Continue reading

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the people who don’t like you

I read a post just now on a friend of mine’s blog that spoke to me. In the post she talked about how she often does care when she thinks someone doesn’t like her. She uses the example of a … Continue reading

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crazy high heels

I went shoe shopping today. Well, not really shoe shopping. I went shopping with my husband who was looking for shoes. As I walked through the aisles, looking at four inch heels, snake skinned boats, and polka dots wedges with … Continue reading

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i love my body because it’s mine

Throughout much of my life, I’ve wanted to change things about myself. My hips. My lips. My eyes. My feet. My hair. Change. I would look in the mirror and see only the things I thought I hated. I was … Continue reading

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girl land

I’m reading a book called “Girl Land.” It’s a non-fictional account of the history of representations and signs of girlhood in the United States of America. It’s fascinating, so fascinating that I almost neglected writing here in order to finish … Continue reading

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