As I sit here sipping my coffee laced with a good helping of Mira-lax fiber stuff, it occurs to me, I am drinking coffee laced with fiber.
So here I am, laying in bed in the pitch dark.
This is actually pretty huge… Read More Cats and Dark and Stuff
The things you learn when you have kids… Read More Dog Balls Feel Funny…and Other Shit You Learn When Trying to Talk To Your Kids
I can stand here on a soapbox and voice my concerns and observations, except I have no idea where one obtains a soapbox and it’s easier to just get to the point…… Read More Text Etiquette 2 – Because Good Manners Still Don’t Hurt Anyone
So I have taken to riding the bus. Public transportation. It has been about 3 months now and I have met the best people and some of the worst. I often look back on a bus trip or on getting to and from the bus and wonder why I am not dead in the… Read More The Best and The Worst
OK. Not the big big leagues. The little big leagues. I’m gonna say the equivalent of “going to the show”. In little league terms. Baseball. We are talking about baseball in case the none baseball fans aren’t quite with me yet. Now that we are all on the same page, let’s get on with it… Read More From the Sandlot to the Big Leagues – Life Lessons from Baseball
When I was a little girl, I traveled quite a bit more than in recent years, lucky enough to go to England at 10 or 11 to visit my aunt, uncle and cousins. Times were different back then, as many of us know, and my parents put my brother and I on a transatlantic flight,… Read More Ugly American?
Running Naked with Scissors – it’s an attitude. Know your abilities Test your limits Be brave Listen to your gut do what feels right take chances don’t quit Don’t apologize for who.you are Think Believe in yourself Let go of propriety Give it all you’ve got Be accountable Be kind Help those in need Don’t… Read More How to Run Naked With Scissors..getting past who you are expected to be, to who you are meant to be
My Dearest Joshua (previously known on this blog as Mr Smarty Pants thinks he Knows it all 16, and 17 yo ) There are times in a mother’s life when she cannot help but wonder by what grace of which powers that be she is lucky enough to be blessed with children of high-caliber and excellent… Read More A Letter to my Son on the Occasion of Becoming an Adult
Le’t’s blow it wide open shall we? Ok I think I will. and if you don’t like it… well this is my world here and my truth. If someone feels it, who the hell is anybody to say it isn’t true. Right is different. Right has to be found. The feeling is true but what… Read More You Want the Truth?
It’s hard to imagine I was waiting for this day¹ to come, or how profound of a change I would feel when it did. I had no idea the turmoil and confusion was only to be able to get to this day and emerge from where I have been, ready to get on with where I shall… Read More Free Spirit
This week’s photo challenge is Color. I mean that is the word. It is colorful too though isn’t it? Good thing since that is the challenge this week. I chose one colorful object then played around with some effects to change and accent different colors and present it in a tiled mosaic. If you… Read More Weekly Photo Challenge; Color
Come join me in a live meet the author on G+ hangout.. 7 pm est .. find out where mental Moments came from and how they came to be a book – listen to a reading of one of the Mental Moments from the book, ask questions and have a donut… Love to have you, it;s a… Read More Live Broadcast – Meet the Author and Learn more about Mental Moments…
My first granddaughter was born yesterday. 7 lbs 5 oz, the image of her Mama at the age of just barely new to the world. She came like the winds of March, fierce, and fast, though not furious or angry. She is protected from the worst of that and leaves is to her Mama to… Read More The Belly Which Launched a Thousand Ships Turns Ninja