I’m constantly hearing about the people who get scammed though email, Facebook and phone calls. Generally speaking, the victims are elderly and fall for something they’ve been told through an unsolicited phone call.… Read More
Before I get into the story of my son deactivating his Facebook account, I wanted to address a comment that I received on my last post. giggle In the closing of the comment,… Read More
Today is the last day. It’s the last day of pretending. It’s the last day of closing my eyes to the obvious. It’s the last day of ignoring what’s happening around me. Today… Read More
My daughter has struggled to keep friends through the ups and downs of being chronically ill. I’ve watched this happen for years and have been thankful for the understanding friends that she has… Read More
Sometimes I’m not home. Sometimes my house is left alone with three teenagers. Sometimes they do things when I’m not around. Sometimes video evidence is available. Sometimes I wish I didn’t know.
After starting this blogging journey two years ago, I realized I had a family that I never knew existed. Thank you all! The very first Christmas I spent blogging, I started a Christmas… Read More
My daughter’s last infusion was three months ago. YES. Three months ago. How does a girl go from bi-weekly infusions to a 3 month stretch? You’ve missed a lot. Before Mariah’s state pageant… Read More
My daughter has a new boyfriend. Its a boy that she has liked for a while. It’s a boy that her brother has played baseball with. It’s a boy that my hubby doesn’t… Read More