This one is lighthearted and full of gratitude, because sometimes you need a day to be thankful. We are so busy working and stressing sometimes we miss the delights in our life. We are ALL so blessed, not just me- but YOU too. What makes you smile? What delights your soul? 1. My Goofy Hunny… Continue reading 20 Things that make me Smile!
He wants to be like his Grandma.
HELLO 2018. 2018 for me means that I turned the big 4 - 0. Let me tell you what I did. I'll leave the dishes to soak while I make the coffee, you are so gonna love this one. First, because you just wanna know what I know. Secondly, because my readers like candid. It… Continue reading 40th Year of Life
Handling our flares is just what we do. It comes with the territory, it can leave you feeling alone and segregated from the world. You know me, and I'm all about Chronic Illness education. How can we improve one's mind and soul through certain gloom and distress? Many of the chronic diseases have sister symptoms… Continue reading Flares
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I am post one year and two months into this unhinged reality that has latched its talons firmly in me. Gosh, it really seems like an eternity some days in some areas- almost like I’ve dealt with this my whole life. It’s quite astounding as I guess I have in some way or another. I… Continue reading When the New Wears Off. . .
The day of my baby girls blessed union, I was asked the same question multiple times. "Are you OK?" Then they proceeded further. "No really, are you OK?" If I had a nickel for every time I heard that phase prior, during, and after wedding. . . We all could load up and go to… Continue reading Blizzards, the Flu, and Capacious Etchings
Introducing . . . . Sir Poo, well "Max" is what everyone else calls him. I take care of the little pooper and so guess which name he comes to? Yep, Sir Poo. He is almost 6 weeks old. He is half- Border Collie pictured below with his dad (Sherlock) and his Mom (Amy) is… Continue reading Sir Poo