Reblogged from Cerebral Palsy Resource: Most children have scrapes and knocks during childhood and school activities – and recognising the symptoms of conditions like concussion can help parents make the right decision about whether to see a GP or take your child to A&E. Some children are also born with brain injury or sadly suffer … Read more
Looking at old travel photos and realizing how much I miss it. Goal for this year: Get back out there. Explore with friends. Soak up all the cultures and beauty this world has to offer.
So when I decided to really dedicate myself to losing weight, it was a tough decision for me to ultimately try the Body By Visalus plan. The plan works like this: a shake for breakfast, a snack, a shake for lunch, a snack and a healthy dinner. I really didn’t know if I could do … Read more
Whew. I cannot believe that I made it through the last 12 months. To say it’s been hard is an understatement of mythical proportions. Last Saturday was the one year mark since I lost my mom. To many this may seem sad but maybe not something that would completely change their world, and I get … Read more
Today would have been my beautiful mother’s 83rd birthday. I write this post in her honor. Birthdays, as with Christmas, were always a big deal in our home. Since I don’t have a family of my own, and mom spent the last several years living with me, I always did something big for her birthday. … Read more
It’s been a few weeks since I’ve written anything and I finally have some news worth sharing… I got a new job. (yay!!!) Yep, someone is going to pay me a salary, benefits, the whole thing to write. It’s a technical writer position, so not too glamorous, but important none the less, and it’s a … Read more
This post is dedicated to my close friends: Kristi, Nancy, Bill, Margi & Dan. I love our little family and miss Dan incredibly. Here is to fabulous memories and good times ahead. Love you guys.
Pic of the day….