I’ve never seen her wings. But I’m pretty sure sometimes, when the lighting is just right, you can catch a glimpse of the band of light over her head. A halo. Her face is angelic too, as you would expect … Continue reading
bright lights. | big city.
Growing up in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, I always considered myself a big city girl. And I always dreamed I’d one day work as a young professional in a similar sized big city; one with tall buildings, stadiums for … Continue reading
life on the flip side.
I haven’t picked up a microphone in a month and a half. For the past ten years, I spent my days keeping my community informed. House fires, groundbreakings, murder arrests. A hungry journalist with a story to tell — every … Continue reading
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home sweet home.
Today I remembered how very much I am sacrificing to do what I love. I feel so far removed from the people I care about most. My family. Tonight, they’re inside a bar in Ohio. Not drinking or getting dinner. … Continue reading
:: if a woman does not keep pace with her companions, perhaps it is because she hears a different drummer. let her step to the music which she hears, however measured or far away … :: i’ve come to realize … Continue reading
one wild adventure.
Back in August, I got the honor of storm chasing Hurricane Isaac. My photographer and I were sent out the door bright and early Monday August 27th with no real end destination mapped out. Our news director simply told us … Continue reading
a tale of a girl & her heart & a dream.
I’ve officially been inspired. After being on this wild & exciting ride for eight years, I want to start documenting my journey. My life really began taking shape in a small town called Mansfield, Ohio. That is where a News … Continue reading