I was so blessed to get a neurology appointment earlier than expected because I was on the waiting list. I do NOT have MS, and the scars on my brain… Read more It’s Getting Better All the Time →
I strongly believe every one’s happiness is his/her own responsibility. I can’t make anyone happy except myself, and no one can make me happy except me. I hold that standard… Read more It Can’t be Bought →
UPDATED: April 3, 2014 – What it looks like now. I wanted to tell all the lovely people who found this post because they too were facing a Mohs procedure… Read more Mohs better lip: lots of swelling, no more carcinoma – updated with stitches →
I sometimes digest medical news, or the absence of it, with the metabolism of a large snake. In the past eight days I’ve spoken with Liam’s cardiologist, my dermatologist, my… Read more Indigestion . . . choking on facts and possibly taxes →
My husband Jim works in a kindergarten classroom in the same school where our kids attend third and fourth grade. Jim is a teacher’s assistant, and he is also doing… Read more I Went to School Today . . . →
Edited – 12/7/13 – If you’re going to invest the time to read this blog post, please also make time to read this one or read this one first because it’s more recent. In an effort to curb traffic for such an old post, I’m moving the original letter to the “What We Talk About” post. If you really want to read it, it’s an appendix to the good/new stuff.
Eleven years ago tonight, the world was a different place. It was the old way that only people who lived in the 20th Century remember it being. Even then, many… Read more Just Another Day →
Hello, dearest Reader! How are you today? Are you a writer, a member of the Heartland (CHD families), or just someone bitten by the Amanda bug? Not to worry, no… Read more When Your Dreams Come True . . . A Cautionary Tale With Cake →