Have A Cup Of Positivitea

I pride myself in being even-keeled. Very little truly upsets me anymore. Looking at the bright side? That’s me. I let a LOT of things go. Ask my husband! He is often more upset about stuff than I am, even when the problem is mine. I tell him to chillax. My issue though is that sometimes I refuse to let things or people upset me for so long that when the proverbial drop makes the glass overflow, I tend to act abruptly over a seemingly little thing. Then again, sometimes, they are not little things at all. In the past I have had friends that treated me with such disrespect and I let it slide for so longRead More

A Work In Progress

Every person in the world has known heartache and suffering. Sometimes I think about the children with my son’s condition that live in third world countries, or countries like Syria, ravaged by war. There are so many people on our beloved planet that do not have the basic necessities, water, food, clothing, let alone bandages and medicine. At the core we’re all the same, we all want the same things. From the Quechua woman in Peru to the famous actor in Hollywood, we all want to love, to laugh, to dream, to eat and drink and a roof over our head. We’re more the same than we are different. There are people out there though, that cannot survive on their own,Read More

EB Parenting is not for sissies

Can you remember a time in your life when you felt completely helpless? I do. It was the day when a Doctor escorted us into a small room in the hospital after Nicky was born and told us the grim news that not only our newborn son had a rare, extremely painful incurable disorder, but that he would most likely not see his first birthday. I was in shock. Only 19 months earlier I had a baby that was stillborn and I just sat there, numb. Nicky is going to turn 20 years old in two months, and in these two decades I had to learn to be my son’s super-hero, while dodging bullets from all sides. Let’sRead More