If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve noticed something is a little different about me these days.
Honestly, I thought the number was eight. When I have a kid that turns eight, I’ll freak out. “Oh my god, my babies are almost adults and going to leave me!” I’d wail, sprawled out across a Victorian fainting couch. But when Jude turned eight, and I woke up that morning and breathed in and […]
When you hear the phrase “quality of life,” it usually drums up some sort of terminal health scenario.
The line for the women’s bathroom stretched onto the stairway. If I were at a theme park, the wait time would probably be upwards of 25 minutes. I held the empty Diet Coke cup in my hand, just in case me or the poor very pregnant woman in line ahead of us couldn’t old it […]
This margarita recipe is my brother’s and a family favorite. Mostly because it’s strong. Like, real strong.
Note: First, This post contains graphic imagery. If surgical photos make you queasy, this is not for you. Prior to seeing me in the recovery room, I firmly believe that Andy had no idea what was happening to me. “What’s this totally elective, not at all serious thing my wife has gotten herself into this […]
Note: First, This post contains graphic imagery. If surgical photos make you queasy, this is not for you. Also, I apologize in advance if this post seems choppy or hard to follow. It has been written in 30 minute increments over the last few days, under heavy pain medication while lying flat on my back. It has been six days since […]
“How did Nikki handle it?” Andy asked laying next to me in bed. “I don’t know?” I thought. “She didn’t really ever say anything. I used to wonder if she even saw it?” “How could she not see it, we all saw it!” He laughed. And we did. We all saw it. We all saw […]
All my friends are piles deep into KonMari’ing their lives. Piles of clothes and clutter they no longer need. I am not doing that. Honestly, I’m not purging my closets and desk drawers, because I’ve already purged my closets and desk drawers. I used to mentally anguish over what I would grab in case of […]