Poetry, Uncategorized



Fan the flames
Like only you know how
Let the smoldering ashes
Erupt in a bonfire that burns bright.

The pyromaniacs in us
Are excited by the raging heat,
Uncontrollably drawn, we don’t run away
We walk right into the heart of the blaze.

Hand in hand
We revel in it,
We do not resist
For this is what we always wanted.

Feel the heat.
Feel the burn.
Let the fire consume us.
We will survive the blaze
For this is the fire of our love.

Contents written: July 7 2016 | Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises

Short Stories, Uncategorized

No Strings Attached…

What if we humans knew how to love without conditions? Or even better, perhaps you already know how!

I never understood this concept before becoming a parent and even now I admit that even though I love my kids fiercely I do sometimes discipline in a way that can be interpreted that I won’t love them if they dont behave. Of course that is not true, I will love them no matter what, it’s just that our human methods of showing love can often be corrupted by present/past emotional struggles/damage. I am now aware that I must improve my speech during times I discipline so the kids know exactly that I don’t love them any less.

Mom? Why did you just call me ‘sweetie’?

Because you are my sweetie!

But I just got in trouble and made you very upset. How come you still call me sweetie?

Because even though I didn’t like what you just did, that doesn’t change the fact that you are STILL my sweetie and always will be.

Thanks mom!

You’re welcome ☺ (Big hugs)

But what about other relationships? I can’t remember one that ended amicably where feelings weren’t hurt and love wasn’t lost. This means that a condition was placed on the love I gave to those individuals. Interestingly though, I find that love without conditions isn’t impossible it just takes practice. It’s a mental decision to not judge, not hold a grudge, to be open minded, to allow the other person to be free to be themselves and to accept them for who they are and not for who I want them to be.

I am learning how to do that now and I find it very liberating. For the first time there is someone other than my kids I can truly say I love unconditionally and I’m actually surprised by my emotional growth! I guess we are never too old to learn something new, and I must confess I’m enjoying this lesson very much.

So here’s to new lessons, transitions, paths crossing, self discovery and this awesome journey we call Life. Cheers!


Originally published November 2015


Contents written: November 18 2015 | Copyright 2015 Moylom Enterprises


Short Stories, Uncategorized

My latest eccentricity!

Thank goodness my eldest isn’t around to see this. He’s already flabbergasted by my insane need desire tendency to put Ranch Dressing on everything that he might just have a conniption over my latest quirk. What is it you ask? Taco Sauce on my pasta!

Okay, okay, cut me some slack, I’m under a bit of pressure getting myself used to a new schedule and this is totally a firstborn coping mechanism. Or maybe it’s just me on my way to becoming an eccentric old lady! Or both!!! 🙂
Either way, taco sauce on my pasta with some home made salsa was pretty darn good so I’d like to see you stop me from digging into this yumtastic discovery!

my latest eccentricity
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What quirky food discovery do you have that has your family thinking you’re “nuts” eccentric? Do share?



Originally published December 2015

Contents written: November 19 2015  |  Copyright 2015 Moylom Enterprises