I struggle, I deal and I've been broken. But I am here, wild and strong. I will struggle again and again as I have never been guaranteed easy. I mess up, I screw up and I most certainly EFF-up, as I am still learning and will continue to learn till I have no breath. I … Continue reading I am a Full-Assed Woman in a Half-Assed World
This assignment was to reflect upon or tell a story about trust, however the challenge was in the layout or form of an acrostic using internal rhyme. My subject was Sir Lancelot who had a love affair with his Queen Guinevere and their betrayal to King Arthur. This story is epic and as grand as … Continue reading A Royal Affair
The comings and goings of day-to-day people within our lives is an on going inevitable thing. It's those we meet once-in-a-blue-moon, where time and circumstance give birth to happenstance and we immediately hit it off. Anne of Green Gables had her bosom friend and kindred spirit, Diana Barry and Gilbert Blythe. Thelma had Louise, Elizabeth … Continue reading “Please Pass the Salt. This Person’s a Little Bland” – A Note on Cannibalism, Bacon and Kindred Spirits.
I have this reaccuring nightmare both real and imaginary. Tonight she hunted me again.
It's been eight years at the end of this month that I'll have been a single mom. Anyone who has gone through a divorce will know that it's a couple of years of pure hell on earth. Ripping at the seams of the very fibres of your core values and beliefs, or the clash thereof. … Continue reading Fearfully & Wonderfully Made
Click Here to Read Part 1: https://justjennel.com/2019/10/02/jezebel/ If I were to tell you that life to this point was bordering on the mundane, I would be lying to you. My life has been known to be a seesaw of events, especially over the past few years at the time of this event, as the saga … Continue reading Jezebel – The Day After
Part one of a two part story.
Before I continue on in my adventures In India and meeting Mahdi in the airport, I must go back in time to two years ago. Little did I know that the weekend's events would end so terribly but how it would challenge my fears and prejudices just a few short months later when I met a man far across the seas from another world. This weekend has had a lasting impact on myself, my family's life and set the underlying tone when I first met Mahdi online through mutual contacts on social media. To this day, it marks as one for the history books in the journey of Jennel.