First off, may I say thank you to my mom. I love you mom and thank you for giving me life.
The cabinet is hung high on the wall, pure white in color with delicate trim so delicate, while filled with darkness. The double doors can be opened with a gentle pull, quietly, no sound. The shelves are filled with bottles. The bottles are amberbrown with white tops. Some bottles are tall and skinny, some bottles […]
The numbness was overwhelming. Why could I not feel anything? The stress and tragedy had taken its toll on my 38 year old body. It was hard to go on but, I must. A 5 year old blue-eyed little boy depended on me. The story is complicated but yet so simple, so common. A young […]
There was snow on the ground, the temperature was near zero with the wind chill in the negatives. It was an unfamiliar city, a cold sterile building and a little office inside a larger office on the fourth floor. The diagnosis had been made Neurofibromasarcoma, no known cure, a beast of a cancer. Dr. Mia […]
My son, Hampton loves to skateboard. I thought it was interesting the difference of his da-da’s skateboard and his own. His dad’s would have been around 1970 or so.
As we approached the exit, he said, “I want to stop by here.” I said, “Are you sure you are able, I’ll just go in.” He would not hear of it, he wanted to be a part of the decision of which one to buy. For Christmas a few months earlier Santa had brought Hampton […]
The pain had worsened as one day became the next. It had all began back in January when he was working diligently to finish the slide for Hampton’s bed. In shopping for Hampton’s bunk beds we had saw some beds that had a slide off the top bunk. We all thought that was so cool, […]
A CARING COMMUNITY The community that I spend the majority of my time in is filled with doctors, nurses, techs, patients and pharmacists. Each of the members of this society is required to complete the course of Caring 101 before entering the professional side of this society. As a member of this community enters my […]
Everyday couples get married. Along with the marriage they place rings on the ring finger of their left hands. What does this exchange of a material object mean? Following is my thoughts . . . I would love to hear yours! This is my story! Circle of Love Two young people place golden bands on […]
At long last, I watched the show I have heard so much about, Parenthood! I now understand why this show is favored by so many of you parents out there. On the show last night the parents had to explain Asperger’s to their son, Max. This brought back memories of an explanation I had to […]