So there’s this thing called Facebook. You might have heard of it. Maybe you’ve got an account, but never actually visit the site. Maybe you’re a Facebook voyeur, reading others’ posts, but never posting yourself. Maybe you can’t wait to share yet another picture of your kid eating dog food/sleeping/writing in cursive at age 3 […]
When Big asked me how people in wheelchairs would get upstairs at his elementary school a couple years ago, I never dreamed he might really, in practice, need to know the answer. But one day last summer I was at a park with a friend and she used two words that shook me. Muscular dystrophy.
Our vacation ended with some great memories with family and friends, and our week ended with some special time among other friends and family as we gathered at Relay for Life. Good stuff, I tell ya. Lesson #1: When a relaxing San Diego backyard BBQ turns into an exciting frontyard balloon show, it’s a good […]
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I sent Big off to kindergarten (besides a lot of tears—which ended up being mine, not his). I guess I figured by the end he’d know how to write his name. Maybe read a few words. Add two plus two.
About nine and a half months ago, I was sitting at the local baby pool and got a really sweet note (I was checking email constantly because my site was down and in redesign mode which sent me into a total panic). Christine, of Quasi Agitato, highlighted me on her blog. She said nice things […]