Coronavirus. Covid-19. 2020 hasn’t started out the way that many of us expected. I am not going to downplay the seriousness of it. I am not here to discuss it. This post is actually to take advantage of the cards we currently have been dealt, to get you and I thinking in a positive way … More A Time For Reflection
Today is Jorjia’s 4th anniversary for her sobriety. It’s kind of like it is her re-birthday. Her new life of sobriety started 4 years ago today. ￼ I remember celebrating the daily, weekly and monthly victories; as she began this walk. 100 days which then led into 6 months, and finally that 1st year clean … More Happy 4th Re-Birthday!
Ever heard the phrase – my tongue was in front of my eyeteeth so I couldn’t see what I was saying? I’ve heard it for years. It’s kind of a funny way of justifying when you misspoke yourself. So what would you say when you realize not that you’ve misspoken yourself but that you have … More What’s Wrong With Me?
Sniffles and coughs. Sore throat and tissues. Aches and pains. Chills and sweats. Blanket and snuggles. As much as I don’t like to see my son feeling sick, it still touches my mama heart that he wants me near him. At 17 years old, that isn’t always the case. This morning when I came back … More Not Feeling Well
Hey, what’s your agenda like tomorrow? I was wondering if you would like to get together for lunch and a visit? The immediate response was sure, sounds great! But what if I never asked? Today we are all rushing from here to there and doing so many things, juggling life and career and relationships. But … More What If We Never Ask?
What’s the best way to spend a hurricane evacuation? How about at a Disney resort, making lots of new friends, and getting lots of hugs? That’s exactly what we did! Monday evening when we checked in things weren’t too bad with mom. As the evening progressed, sadly it got more challenging for her. Unfortunately when … More Evacuation Anxiety Weakened By Hugs
Well folks, here it is again – Hurricane Season! If you haven’t read my “Should I Stay, or Should I Go?” blog from Sept. 2017, and are looking for more on hurricanes, feel free to check out the archives. Today’s blog will be a bit different, kind of more of a preparedness / evacuating with … More Evacuation Plans
Jorjia and I knew that beginning a blog would take a lot of work, but we also knew that there would be many great things about starting it. ⁃ One of the benefits of doing this blog as a mother daughter team is that neither of us would be doing it alone. ⁃ Another was … More We Dropped The Ball
Getting that unexpected call during the night made my heart pound. I instantly began to wonder what was wrong. The voice on the other end of the line was sobbing uncontrollably. My chest tightened. “I’m so sorry mommy. I am so sorry. I can’t stop mom. I can’t.” My heart sank. Terror filled me. My … More Just One More Drink
I’ve always enjoyed driving. Sometimes I’ve favored some of my vehicles more than others. Actually I have even liked the same vehicle less or more depending upon the day and the current issue. I’ve really never got attached to a car. I hear about people that do and honestly I’ve sort of rolled my eyes … More Can’t Escape Love