Even the right decisions can feel wrong in the moments after you make them.
Originally published December 20, 2012, days after my life changed forever.
There was no way I was having a heart attack. Right? I didn’t have heart attacks. Other people did.
Even if I convince them of the truth today, they’ll just believe another lie tomorrow.
I may have enlightenment, but that’s a very different thing than having control.
OK. Great. Now I have to fight this guy and the ice cream is going to melt.
Zen’s great. But sometimes it’s OK to be like, “What the…?!”
In that hospital bed, the question of whether I would do anything for my kids was real.
Honestly, kids aren’t the ones who need to pen letters to Santa Claus anyway.
Yeah. He’s not gonna look. You can just take it.