So Vivi’s daycare called today because she had a fever. I picked up her and Archer, who incidentally was magically covered in hives on his legs by the time I got to the daycare for Vivi. ~sigh~ My children. Anyways, I get them home and Vivi is in rare form, refusing to be put down… Continue reading Things I have learned from motherhood.
Okay, so this going to be a heavy one. Sorry in advance. September is both Childhood Cancer Awareness Month AND Histiocytosis Awareness Month. Most likely, you have never heard of Histiocytosis, and that’s cause it’s a REALLY rare cancer that mostly hits small children, usually infants and toddlers, and can show up with symptoms that… Continue reading Childhood Cancer/Histiocyctosis and the tattoo covered scar it left behind.
One of my friends posted this online. So I took it the next step. And one of my friend’s husband took it the step after that. I have too much free time (that’s a joke… I just live in my brain too much.) My addition: I’m an emotionally starved neighborhood Rottweiler. I see my owner’s… Continue reading Insurance Fan Fiction cause Tumblr started it.
So, in the hopes that I can spur a comment or two, I’m going to ask the question everyone can relate to. Where were you on September 11? I was in Latin class when the first plane struck. They immediately canceled class and my now husband came to pick me up. We made it back… Continue reading September 11: 14 years later
For those of you who know me, this next statement will come as no surprise. For those that don’t, please be patient. It took me two weeks to figure out how to make this blog look and work like a blog. I had so many starts and stops, erasures and “error” windows pop up. And… Continue reading How do you start a blog?