Grief – Duh

So my last post probably made me come off a little

Anger. Inside Out.

Obviously I am a multi-faceted person with the normal range of feelings. HELLO, that was the point of that movie. My last couple of posts were a release. So of course they’re going to be an emotional geyser.

I like, have perfectly normal days, you guys. I’m not just walking around yelling expletives at nice old ladies.

I’ve been seeing folks share this post from Jen Hatmaker on Facebook where she talks about realizing that your anger is grief in disguise. Well, duh.

Anger is one of the stages of grief and perfectly normal. Clearly, I am swimming in a sea of grief. Oh hay, Anger. Have you met my friends Bargaining and Depression?

Grief is a process.

When trying to decide whether or not I would pick up this proverbial pen again, the one question I really asked myself is – why? Why do you want to blog? Is it because you’re still a teensy bit of a fame whore? (Maybe). Because that’s not a good enough reason.

What I settled on was that I think it will help me process my grief. Free therapy, y’all. (Who has two thumbs and no health insurance? This girl.)

I think it’s time to finally get it all out of my system. Lay it out in the open and let this shit breathe.

Because I’m ready to move on. I’m ready to get my shit together. Go to the gym. Lay off the hot pockets. Become a healthy, functioning human being.

A lot of this trauma has been festering, lying mostly quiet until


Predictable. Emotional. Geyser.

So let’s start the healing, mmkay?



  1. Mimi Supreme says:

    Glad to see you’re writing again. I’m not even doing that much anymore. I’ll take you as you are, lady…grief, anger, sarcastic super powers and all…(dont get ragey here with this last) praying you and your family find healing and peace.