Hello 2019

Hello 2019It's been a while since I've written.  A whirlwind of life over the last few months could be the culprit or I could just be honest and admit that other things took priority.  We make time for the things and people that matter, and for a variety of reasons, I stopped doing a lot of things I loved.  Don't get me wrong - I did a whole bunch of OTHER stuff I love too :)  Reflecting, like you do, on the {keep reading}

Bent but not broken

Bent but not brokenBack in March, for those who have forgotten, life changed. I try not to dwell on the negative. I aim to find the rainbows in the storm... literally and figuratively. For the last seven months since the accident recovery has reminded me that sometimes life has to go at its own pace. You can't force your bones to mend. You can't rush the muscle strength. You do the things you should and hope for the best. Do your best. It's one of {keep reading}

Beautiful Brokenness

Beautiful BrokennessYears ago I was introduced to a singer/songwriter by the name of Karen Taylor Good. My mom and I heard her music and bawled... like you do... as so many of her songs hit us smack dab in the heartstrings. You've heard her work if you listen to country as Patty Loveless sang "How can I help you say goodbye", but you may be less familiar with some of her other work. We played On Angels Wings at my grandmothers funeral... I sometimes {keep reading}

I did a thing... and it may be crazy

I did a thing... and it may be crazyFor the last 6 weeks since the accident, I've been thinking about what kind of car I was going to get. Ok, maybe the last 5 weeks because that first week was mostly spent in the hospital and drugged up. I knew fairly quickly I was going to stay with the Infiniti. Let's face it, I was damn lucky but more than that, my Infiniti did its job really well protecting my giant and I from the unthinkable. I don't even {keep reading}

Drunk drivers and recovery

Drunk drivers and recoverySome of you may already know this because, well, you follow my Facebook. I should also warn that there may be graphic descriptions and images. I need to write this out. Consider yourself warned. Monday evening, March 12,2018. My son and I were hit by a drunk driver. WE ARE BOTH OK. I wanted that in caps because you don’t bury a lead like that. Everything could have been so much worse. I know that. My car is obviously totaled. My son {keep reading}

Hello 2019

It's been a while since I've written.  A whirlwind of life over the last few months could be the culprit or I could just be honest and admit that other things took priority.  We make time for the things and people that matter, and for a variety … [Read more...]

Bent but not broken

Back in March, for those who have forgotten, life changed. I try not to dwell on the negative. I aim to find the rainbows in the storm... literally and figuratively. For the last seven months since the accident recovery has reminded me that sometimes … [Read more...]

Beautiful Brokenness

Years ago I was introduced to a singer/songwriter by the name of Karen Taylor Good. My mom and I heard her music and bawled... like you do... as so many of her songs hit us smack dab in the heartstrings. You've heard her work if you listen to country as … [Read more...]

I did a thing… and it may be crazy

For the last 6 weeks since the accident, I've been thinking about what kind of car I was going to get. Ok, maybe the last 5 weeks because that first week was mostly spent in the hospital and drugged up. I knew fairly quickly I was going to stay with the … [Read more...]

Drunk drivers and recovery

Some of you may already know this because, well, you follow my Facebook. I should also warn that there may be graphic descriptions and images. I need to write this out. Consider yourself warned. Monday evening, March 12,2018. My son and I were hit by a … [Read more...]

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