Initially, it was hard even to figure out which end was up, and we just went day by day trying to figure everything out. After a few months, however, we settled into figuring out a routine that would work for us so we could get mom to all of her appointments while also keeping track of shopping and meal prep and everything that needed to be maintained around the house. Continue reading “They’re On The Boat”
In a way that I really can’t explain, there’s something reassuring about this teeny little kitten just hanging out with mom and dad that always makes me feel a little bit better and more reassured. Continue reading “I’ve Got The Cat!”
Whenever I moved, dad would always encourage me to find a good auto mechanic in case anything ever happened to the car. “You need someone you can trust,” he told me “and if you do, and they’re good, you can keep driving that car”.
Did I listen to him? – No. Continue reading It’s A Nice Car Driven By A Little Old Lady
The title “home is the sailor, home from the sea” is from the poem Requiem by Robert Louis Stevenson. This was how my mom would greet me … Continue reading “Home is The Sailor, Home From The Sea”
This is Nate. He’s my 10 y/o cat named after Nathaniel Hawthorne. He’s extremely affectionate and is wonderful at giving head bonks whenever you pick him … Continue reading Driving Mr. Nate
I don’t want to hear it anymore. I’ve seen post after post about gun rights. Who should own a gun and who shouldn’t. Here’s the thing: … Continue reading Why I Will Never Own A Gun
“I realized that there may be a difference between taking a selfie and being fully present and engaged in a photo together with the ones you love the most. ” Continue reading The Thing About Selfies…