My young Caelan is quite the character. I am thankful that she is easygoing and level-headed like Clem and I’m tickled pink that she’s acquired my sick sense of humor and wit (I admit, sometimes that scares me because she’s so young). With all that’s happened in her life, both of these traits have served … Continue reading Caelan’s Story: Funky Hats, A Bone Marrow Biopsy & A PICC Line
You Want $26 For What?
I know exactly what I heard. I’m not completely deaf…yet and as far as I know, my mind wasn’t in the gutter that I know of during this timeframe. I admit, I have a very dark sense of inappropriate humor, and sarcasm flows like water within our household but this was plainly not my fault…at … Continue reading You Want $26 For What?
I’d been struggling as to whether I should write this piece and put it out there. Since you're reading this, it's obvious that I decided to go ahead with it. A warning to those who are sensitive, the final hours of my sister’s life were not peaceful. This is a continuation of Lea's story and … Continue reading Reflection
5, in cancer years, is a pretty big deal. I’d say any amount of time is a really big deal when you have cancer, but for us, we’re at the 5-year mark of the day that forever changed our lives. I’m not exactly sure which day we are supposed to officially observe as the anniversary … Continue reading 5 Years
Making A Case For Mashed Potatoes
Have you ever just run out of ideas as to what to cook for dinner? I swear, I’ve hit the biggest wall in the cooking department that I’ve ever encountered in my life, and trying to push through it is driving me nuts. Every single day, it’s the same bloody thing, what the hell do … Continue reading Making A Case For Mashed Potatoes