A poem, in honor of MLK day.
Our world got a little darker on New Year’s Eve in 2021 with the passing of Betty White. Even if you have never watched Golden Girls, The Proposal, or the famous SNL episode she hosted, along with many of her other television and movie appearances, she has undoubtedly touched your life in some way. AlthoughContinue reading “3 Things Betty White Taught Me”
She stood next to the well, barefoot, and uncertain of her future. As she contemplated her next move, she played with the torn hem of her garment. It served merely as a distraction from the fact that she was alone, abandoned because she had made – naturally – mistake after mistake. The men had enteredContinue reading “The Well of Acceptance”
Today was the first morning that I was able to rise when I wanted and take some time for myself in a very long time. As I made my cup of coffee, I realized that, for once, I didn’t have to worry about squeezing in a deadline or making up work that I hadn’t hadContinue reading “New Beginnings”
Today is September 21st (almost 22nd), 2020. We are around eight months into a global pandemic that has caused our world to shift and uprooted the way we live our lives. After around six months of working remotely, continuing to work as an essential worker, being furloghed, or attempting to gain unemployment, we are reachingContinue reading “Reality Check”
If you’ve made your way over to the blog portion of my website, welcome! I’m excited that you’ve chosen to read what I have to say. My name is Morgan Bailee Boggess, but you can call me Bailee. I know, I’m one of those complicated people who just has to go by their middle name.Continue reading “A Simple Hello.”