I Tried Medichecks and This is What Happened

I’m going to begin this post with a funny – but true – story. In the past year, I attempted to call my GP and make an appointment regarding some troubling symptoms. One of those symptoms was poor memory. I was forgetting things like; what I said two minutes ago, what I walked upstairs for, … Continue reading I Tried Medichecks and This is What Happened

Hello old friend. Time for a catch up?

Oh my life.  How did we end up in December? So, the last time I wrote on this blog it was in the throws of NaNoWriMo. I have a lot of crazy stuff going on, trying to find a quiet place to nestle down and shoot out the words on my laptop before the 30th … Continue reading Hello old friend. Time for a catch up?

The Trauma of Losing a Loved One

Note to the reader - This post is extremely painful to write and even more distressing to read. If you are a family member, or particularly sensitive, please click on HOME and find a happier post to read. A considerable amount of time has passed. 382 days in fact. 382 new days in this world, … Continue reading The Trauma of Losing a Loved One

How I Cooled my Son’s Temper in SECONDS

This is my youngest son, Nicholas. He is 6 years old, passionate, introverted - unlike his brothers - and intelligent. He has a remarkable memory and very much knows his own mind. When he's happy, he's quietly happy. But when he's not happy. Oh boy. Don't we all know it. As of late, his temper … Continue reading How I Cooled my Son’s Temper in SECONDS

NaNoWriMo Days 10, 11 and 12 Falling Behind

Following the attack of Writer's Block on day 9, I had two days where I did absolutely NO writing. This is not good!! Tonight I managed to knock out around 800 words. My brain is like mush and my characters are being shy. It's awkward to write! And I'm trying to write while watching the TV … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Days 10, 11 and 12 Falling Behind