I’ve been avoiding talking about the events that have recently occurred in America. This is not because I don’t care. I care immensely about people, both in my country and around the world. So much so that I find myself in a catch-22, avoiding the news because it hurts too much to know what is happening yet unable and unwilling to turn a blind eye. Continue reading “The state of this world”
I have been working with my doctors and NP’s to figure out the correct medication and dosages in my battle with depression and anxiety.
A year after I started anti-depressants, I find I am still struggling with a lot of issues. I haven’t been all that happy with my psychiatrist since he Continue reading “More meds, more problems”
So Diesel, Choo-choo, and I went on another little camping trip. It all started with a lot of stress during the packing and preparations, which led to disagreements between my husband and I since we weren’t able to Continue reading “Sleeping arrangements”
During a rather stormy night this past week, Choo-choo and I had a heart to heart about his fears of thunder. Continue reading “Finding calm in the storm”
I have always been a little forgetful. Let’s just say I wasn’t the kind of person who could remember to Continue reading “What was I doing?”
For our celebratory family fun day, Diesel and I took Choo-choo to the Children’s Museum in Indianapolis, Indiana. The museum is full of fun things for kids to do, with areas for discovering other cultures, learning about the past, climbing and digging and building, and Continue reading “Lost in the crowd”
I have been up almost every night for the past several months with Choo-Choo. At least once a night, sometimes four or five times.
He finally made it three nights in a row without waking until morning, so Diesel and I celebrated with him by going somewhere fun and special. Of course, as soon as we announced this Continue reading “Restless”