From the time of my Bug's engagement back in October of this last year we have catapulted through fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. What a fast blur of holidays and wedding shopping mayhem it has been? While I can say it was extremely tight and challenging to pull off a wedding this time of… Continue reading Winter Wedding
The wedding countdown for my Bug is on.. the food is almost all purchased.... Today is another shopping day- tomorrow is a cooking - sewing day and Friday is food prep -rehearsal day. . . Just breathe. And then there is Saturday. No tears yet. . . Us girls have been peas in a pod… Continue reading Few Words Wednesday
What’s the hardest thing to hold onto in our daily life? It is the most single hardest thing to keep in my hands on any given day. It is also the biggest hurdle for a chronically ailing person to grasp. Here we go-- I’ve got those brain juices flowing now. Oh sorry, here is a… Continue reading Calendars, Joy, and Figgie Pudding
"The Christmas Ornament", that sounds like a Hallmark Christmas movie. 🙂 So, I have packed away the Christmas ornaments each into their respective boxes carefully wrapped, preserved for another year. I gazed over the ornaments that represented the years passed by and the memories beholding to each. I gulped with silent hesitation that this was… Continue reading The Christmas Ornament
I seem to have dropped my pen somewhere along the way. Have you seen it lying around? I've had plenty on the burner but have lacked the will, the energy, and wherewithal to manage it to the paper. Today has been a most productive day. It is cool outside and warm inside, cozy, and just… Continue reading Lost Pen
One of the hardest parts of living with a chronic illness is to continue living every day by the world's definition of "Normal." It may be singly the hardest part, aside from having enough money for doctor's appointments, supplements, medicines, and special food requirements. You have to go on living even when you are tired… Continue reading I want to be Normal
How about a high five? Do kids even do that anymore? My chronic illness pet and taught me to enjoy life in different ways. I thought of just five things Interstitial Cystitis keeps me from. 1. The movies- So, really it is just a personal preference. I hate pay for a movie that I’m going… Continue reading Just Five
Yep, it’s happening - already!!
I had the opportunity to attend the Texas Right to Life Banquet in Houston this weekend. It was the 20th Annual Celebration of Life. This was such an amazing opportunity that not many have the chance to experience. My daughter and I packed a bag and left our humble lives to go rub elbows with… Continue reading Life Matters
I finished my book!! Now it goes to my sweet friend who will edit! I hope it’s ready by Christmas!!