Category Archives: family
Tried to post this earlier but a little housework and bill paying took up more time than I expected, so here it is in early evening and I am finally sitting still long enough to begin writing for the day. … Continue reading
Being back in the country has challenges I’d forgotten about after living so long in an urban area where the conveniences are many. There is public transportation for wheelchairs here, which I am so very thankful for! However, instead of … Continue reading
Out of hospital. I do not have epilepsy! So, what is it? They don’t know. It could be a stress response to the chronic pain. For this possibility I am heading back to pain management for a do-over, or whatever … Continue reading
Stepping out of one of your comfort zones and into an unknown zone is difficult. Like Anya, Gears of War most people, I don’t like change, but it isn’t such a dislike I freak out about it often or … Continue reading
I still need to get a few more bags I think.
Wicket has his summer trim. It is letting him explore his appreciation of sunbeams to the fullest!
I am in a funk. It has been with me for a complete seven days now. Last Thursday I found out my wonderful Uncle Rob passed away. He was the last of the aunts and uncles on my mother’s side. … Continue reading
It is Monday. It is warm outside my window today and the door is open letting in bird song, the sounds of the neighborhood, and dogs barking. Living with a bigger pack than before, it amazes me how much dogs … Continue reading
When I was ten years old I was in the hospital. The doctors didn’t know if I was going to make it or not. On December 13 Sister 3, Rosetta, gave birth to the most beautiful creature in the world … Continue reading
Writing 101, Day Two: A Room with a View (Or Just a View) | The Daily Post. I closed my eyes preparing for the step through Time and Space, like moving through a doorway from one room to the next. … Continue reading