Motherhood Comes in All Shapes and Sizes

I love, love, LOVE this video. I’ve always had a problem with sanctimonious mothers who think THEIR way is the BEST way to raise a child. I couldn’t disagree more. I bottle fed my children and I’m not ashamed to admit that. I used to be ashamed to admit it because whenever I would mention … Continue reading

Linda, Listen to Me

The doctor I work for actually showed me this video. We were coming back to Springfield after our out-of-town clinic last Friday and he, his PA and his nurse were talking about it. I mentioned not having seen it and Dr. M. pulled out his phone and showed me. (That sounds sort of dirty, lol). … Continue reading

Update on Roy

For those of you just tuning in … We moved Roy into the house on Saturday. It was … fun … ish. The house needed a good cleaning though. It’s been vacant for a little over a year and with all the construction that we’ve had done and Kevin’s projects that he’s been working on, … Continue reading

We Have a New Member of the Family

At least, temporarily. At least, I HOPE it’s temporary. Kevin has a special-needs uncle – let’s call him Roy. His grandmother adopted him out of foster care when he was a toddler. I guess, technically, he’s not really special needs. He’s not retarded but rather, just slow. His birth mother drank and probably did drugs … Continue reading

Commitment is Too Hard Nowadays

LOVE this article!! This was linked on Facebook and honestly, I don’t have much to add. It’s spot on. It perfectly describes the social media age. And if you wonder why you can’t commit, or if someone you love can’t commit, consider this article. It might save your relationship and possibly teach you long-term happiness. … Continue reading

Life: My Aches and Pains

Have you noticed, when you lay down for a nap, or settle into a comfortable position as you’re willing yourself to fall asleep – that moment when your body begins to quiet and your breathing evens out, grows shallow, gets comfortable, when your heart slows and beats a comfortable staccato against your breastbone, how many … Continue reading