I'm not a fan of either. I was confronted with the reality of my situation upon allowing a photo of myself to be taken with Ash at today's parade. Something's got to give. Like, in my brain. I need to get over the hump of realization and start caring. Ugh. I'm never going to be … Continue reading Parades and My Body
Harper told me today that all the kids at daycare played with June and not with her, and that it was because she didn't have her nails painted like June. Probably, the other kids played with her but she felt bad about her plain nails. I surmise that this is the case, because she said … Continue reading Minchin Tuesday and What You Like About You
I love this one. Tim hates hippies as much as I do. I mean, I like to believe that anything is possible but probability and possibility are very different things and only fools maintain hope for things that are only possible. For instance, I could have a brain aneurysm right here, right now, at my … Continue reading Minchin Monday and Hippies
Good morning, lovelies! It's been a weird few days. I've been working with my doctor on treating my attentional/impulse control issues, which is tricky because I also need to manage pretty strong anxiety. While stimulant medications work well for the ADD, they have the potential to exacerbate the anxiety. I've been on many different ADD … Continue reading Minchin Monday and Inner Peace
I'm finally getting my shit together. There's just been so much going on. Moving back into my bedroom for the first time in going on five years. Reclaiming the spaces in the house that used to be very clearly delineated as territories. I had so little territory. How did I exist in such a small … Continue reading Writing and Reading
Went on a bit of a tangent in Minchin Monday this week. Went back to edit and didn't have time, at the time, so suspended the whole thing and figured, this morning oh, just bin it. Start over. So here's Minchin Monday back, in a little feature I think we'll make F*** It Friday. A … Continue reading F*** It Friday and Tim Minchin
Here's the story I was interviewing Ellen for when I posted that delightful photo of High Tea at the Arbor Tree Cafe and Tea House last week. Ellen plays harp for Hospice patients. She's becoming a Certified Clinical Musician. Read all about it here!