Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and the end of 2017 is just a few naps away. I can’t believe 2018 is almost here. This year has been a tough one, a scary one, but also a very, very good one. I have
To our Veterans and to their families, I say thank you.
For the rest of us, may we truly support our troops.
I was in pig tails when I kicked the bar in my parents’ kitchen because I couldn’t memorize my multiplication tables. My parents worked with me over and over and over and I just couldn’t get them. I can’t remember
I like predictability. Routine and ritual. Order. Doing things in a certain order, in a certain way. Just so. Not that you’d be able to tell by my kitchen table, strewn with unpacked bags, notebooks of all kinds, dog treats,
There is something to be said for realizing I had forgotten that I have Rheumatoid Disease (Rheumatoid Arthritis). It sounds kind of crazy: I take two shots a week specifically for the disease; I walk with a cane more often