READ ALL ABOUT ME.
No, not really.
I love cats, nursing and advocating for addiction RECOVERY.
I also advocate for rehabilitation of criminals, considering at one point I was one.
I'm a mom.
I'm weird.
I love food, and fitness(they don't go together)
I try to love everyone.
I don't eat meat........ sorry. Animal advocate too.
BTW-*Drugs are bad*, *recovery is amazing* read on for more info.
I love friends I'll never probably see, feel free to add or contact me.
If you're in recovery add me too,
if you're not in recovery YET, I'm always here to talk and share experiences. <3

Latest Entry

Dark side of my relationship

August 15, 2018
Let's spend a moment talking about the man who has been predominately by my side for an upwards of nearly two years. I don't know how or why I'm even thinking about sharing these things I ponder with you, but I need an outlet. I met him, in a situation that anyone could guess wasn't…
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Recent Entries

  • A sad reuniting with an old friend
    August 15, 2018
    When I was out and about being a bad girl, I became close with someone on my daughter's father's side of the family. He was a bad drug and alcohol user. Eventually we hooked up a few times and decided being good friends was the best option . After committing some major crimes he turned…
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  • Share with me your most “life changing” memory, good or bad.
    August 9, 2018
    So, I want to know your most life changing memory, I don't care about what it is! It can be the moment you got married, the moment you first shit your pants, and anything in-between! (p.s I hope you didn't ever shit your pants, but it happens.) Mine was September 3rd 2016, it was the…
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  • Earliest memory?
    August 9, 2018
    My earliest memory. Hm,  well... I may have a supressed plethora of memories because the earliest one I am five. I was in a new school in Erie,  starting kindergarten. I was sitting on a floor mat eith 20 or so other kids,  picking their noses or nearly napping while listening to a woman about&he...
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  • The Horrifying Lack of Compassion for Addicts
    August 7, 2018
    Last night, while mindlessly scrolling through my facebook feed I come across a local video gaining publicity. The video is of a woman, possibly overdosed in a car. The man taping her is violently shaking her, her neck bending back and forth while screaming "wake up you junkie fuck", and complain...
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  • One of my 1000 misconceptions about recovery & more!!!
    August 3, 2018
    Truthfully speaking, I've spent plenty time thinking about the days that lead up to my arrest in September 2016, that lead to the beginning of my adult life. The other part of this, is I've spent a long time thinking that was where my story ended, but that's just the beginning. I've been very con...
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  • A Little Lost in Recovery
    August 2, 2018
    I know they always tell you in meetings and recovery you are either progressing or regressing and theres no inbetween. If I had to pick one I'd say I'm regressing. I know my life is going better, I am working a lot at a good job, getting trained by nice people, getting nice paychecks, spending&he...
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  • My addiction story. (short version)
    July 26, 2018
    Heres my story to share, I wrote this on my phone so the grammar isnt great. Eight years ago i was a smart, spoiled highschooler going through a typical breakup. While trying to feel better i met a guy addicted to opiates. We began seeing eachother and i began doing opiates regularly. I continued...
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  • Nurse days
    July 22, 2018
    I finally started working as nurse, and I'm sure most people don't know what to think about me. I'm a major sketchball, during the narc count I was paranoid about the count in because I wanted it to be perfect, considering my past and people know about it. The last thing I want to be…
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  • How Florida’s Rehab scams changed me
    July 19, 2018
      On the verge of losing the only thing I had pride in, my job, I decided Heroin had taken a toll on me and contorted my life enough to reach out for help. I had been lying to everyone around me, saying I was in recovery, and had an addiction to the maintenance drug,…
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