I believe we are all born into this world a treasure, a sparkling diamond or precious Ruby–whichever treasure you desire, really–but through life’s bumps and bruises we, as treasures, slowly transform into dirty, grumpy, bumpy rocks. This blog will be a journey back to finding the shine in my treasure… mind you, at times it will be harsh, funny, sad, silly, exciting, etc… but it will ALWAYS be honest. I hope you will follow me in this journey from bumpy grumpy old ruble to being a beautiful red ruby, as well as learn something along the way. Ready to shine?



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  1. dear ‘ruby’-
    i have only today come across your blog and i am stunned at how amazing you are, how articulate and intelligent.
    what a wonderful gift you are giving us all with this blog.
    i am amazed at your insight and clarity and knowledge of yourself.
    i truly wish for you the relationship/s you desire, you are an incredible person.
    please continue to share your thoughts & feelings with us. i look forward to seeing you emerge from the rubble as the unique jewel you are.
    wishing you all the very best . . .

    1. Thank you for such an uplifting comment! I am glad that you have stumbled upon my blog and find it useful. I am sure you too are just as unique as I! We all are, in our own special way. I hope you enjoy, or find some form of enthusiasm, in following my journey. You’re too sweet, thanks again!
      ❤ / Ruby

      1. Definitely not strictly anything (haha!). I’m always on the lookout for good books – so if you can recommend any that would be fantastic. It’s not really ‘fun’ reading about the pain, suffering and confusion some kids go through, but it helps me to better understanding and to love.

      2. Oh, I was just wondering. I don’t really like some Nancy Thomas’s stuff…and a lot of people who follow her do it religiously, that’s all!! : ) I did read her books though. You should read “A Piece of Cake” by Cupcake Brown and “The Language of Flowers” by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. I haven’t read the first but my sister said it was amazing. I read the second and it’s one of my all time favorites. Have you read any of Forbes, Eric Guy, or B. Post’s stuff? I like some of their stuff.

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