About//Contact

Macaile Hutt has a tendency to fall in love with everything she comes in contact with. She’s never had trouble falling in love with places and strangers and feelings and moments, but for the first time in her life,
she has finally fallen in love with herself.

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Macaile would like you to join her as you take your own heart and live this beautiful life in search of perfect moments in such a way that every moment becomes perfect.

Take your heart and live.

CONTACT:
email: macailehutt@gmail.com
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5 thoughts on “About//Contact

  1. Love everything you write! As an aspiring writer myself I find inspiration in words such as yours. It is a pleasure to connect with other creative minds. Please check out my website as well amymarienoble.com. I would be honored for you to subscribe to my site and give me feedback on anything that may inspire you. Cheers to creative minds.
    Amy

  2. Good Morning Macaile,

    I wanted to write you an email, but I could not find it. Boo! So I will just make this public and hopefully someone can benefit from it!
    I cannot express to you how grateful I am to have found your blog. You are an AMAZING woman. Thank you for sharing such a vulnerable side of yourself-I know I’m one of 1,000’s that relates to the things you say. You radiate pure love. I hope you know that .

    I wanted to let you know your grief and mourning posts give me hope. Hope that there is someone out there may understand how I feel. Although we all experience grief differently, we can benefit from one another’s journey of grieving. I have benefitted from your blogs….immensely. Your words speak right to my heart. Because honestly, when you lose a loved one, THERE ARE NO WORDS to describe the pain. But you have this way of pin-pointing the emotions so well. So thank you.

    I wanted to send my greatest sympathy to you and your family. Your father is always with you, but you know that. I can’t tell you I know exactly how you feel, but I can relate. I lost my father to suicide in 2004. You never, EVER forget…but the process becomes different. I thought I would never be the same and I’m not the same. Grief changes you, it moves you and pulls you a million different directions. A few short months ago, I lost my 28 year old brother unexpectedly—it hurts. It hurts so much.

    I just wanted to reach out to you…to thank you for making me realize every single thing I am feeling is normal. I am here for you TOO (even though we don’t really know each other) . This journey is tough, but we have to stay strong for the ones we have lost. Afterall, our time on this earth is so short. We will see them again.

    Lots of love!

    Emily

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