This is what I've learned. We can spend our days bemoaning our losses, or we can grow from them. Ultimately the choice is ours. We can be victims of circumstance or masters of our own fate, but make no mistake, we can not be both.from "The Walk" by Richard Paul Evans This quote has been … Continue reading 2010 – 2019, in Quotes
It's always a complicated thing to talk about mental illness, no matter who you are. I read a tweet today, which I would link if I could find it, that was talking about how people say your should talk about it if you're feeling suicidal, but then when you do, you're treated like it's just … Continue reading Talking About Mental Illness
It's 9:30 pm. I'm standing in my kitchen, holding a cup of juice. I notice a June bug on the floor. So does the cat. "Felicia, get the June bug!" She sniffs it, takes a few steps backward. "Felicia, get the June bug!" I repeat. Again she sniffs it, again takes a few steps backward. … Continue reading The June Bug Incident
Today I went to BioLife Plasma Services and did my fourth plasma donation. I lost track of the time and didn't manage to eat breakfast before I went. That was bad choice number one. I got finished up and left the building to head for a bus stop, or for Golden Corral - I was … Continue reading Plasma Donation Plus Some Bad Choices Equals…
Two kids with ADHD? I might need a prescription for a sedative.
Working from home is something I had wished for ever since I got married. I never liked the idea of working full-time outside home, but for a long time, that's what I did, because that was the best thing, financially speaking. It was the responsible choice, with the income, insurance, and the 401k. Then, to … Continue reading Working From Home?
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Hello! Welcome! It's been several years since I last made any attempt to blog, so I am giving this another go.