Today’s weather reminds me of the day I picked my girls up from the supplemental school for homeschoolers, and Ainsley was sad as tears filled her eyes. As she buckled her seatbelt, I asked her what was wrong. She didn’t want to talk about it so I asked her to look out the window as I pulled out of the parking lot.… Read more
I have to admit that I love this bike ad that appeared on Craigslist.
“Craigslist took the ad down after it got flagged, because they suck” – but thanks to Grist.org, Fixie lives on!
“Fixie don’t care”
Today’s the second day I’ve been home after two back-to-back trips (Vermont and NYC) and my stomach is still a mess (I completed the remainder of my testing [I am now scared for life] yesterday that I was unable to complete before my trips) and my fatigue is making it a bit difficult to keep my spirits high, but regardless of my lack of energy and my frequent lengthy visits to the mighty throne, I keep repeating my two favorite affirmations while willing myself to better health.… Read more
As much as I keep saying my positive affirmations that continue to bring much greatness into my life each day, these last two weeks I have been sick (and feeling worse each day) of which has caused me to lose over 5 1/2 lbs in the past 14 days (I am now almost at my weight before my Celiac testing back in 2008.… Read more
Yesterday, after posting a question to help a fellow gluten-free mom explore cereal choices for her kid(s), the discussion got a bit heated regarding whom should control the food choices in one’s home, the parents or the kids, and even though my girls do not eat cereal, the possible direction of the discussion created by this status post/question never entered my mind when trying to help Angie find a better cereal alternative.… Read more
Greg is obsessed with Greg Laswell’s cover of “This Woman’s Work” (and it is a great cover!!), but every time he listens to that version, I get teary eyed as the final scene of She’s Having a Baby plays through my head.… Read more