I remember in high school being asked to write our own obituaries. It was an interesting exercise that I think scared most of us down deep inside, so we all wrote something funny or completely absurd. My classmates obituaries seemed to imply (or blatantly say) they were wealthy with lots of family, friends, fans and … Continue reading My Obituary Today – A Life Well Lived (An Exercise)
I’ve been debating whether or not I should write about this. More importantly share it on my blog. But you know what? It’s been circling so much in my head, I think the only thing to do is write about it, share it and move on. Prepare for a rare VENT. As some of you … Continue reading When Therapists Mess Up It Matters
I finally did it, I finally became just like every other normal person on the planet and lost a sock while doing laundry. I wrote about this “skill” recently, almost with a strange sort of pride and cockiness that sounds so silly as I write it (and say it), but I know it’s true. I … Continue reading A Positive Sign From My Sock
...an excerpt from my journal/writing this morning: "I'm not one to be revengeful, but if life throws a few curve balls their way while I'm skipping along the yellow brick road, I ain't gonna be mad about it is all I'm saying." - Carmen Suarez
https://videopress.com/v/hZQ56m4O?preloadContent=metadata Which vaccine did I get? I love the things we fret about most days. But this shouldn't even be a question. I hope when the time comes for you, you just get in line so we can beat this thing!! We really can get through this if we just all get vaccinated, wear a … Continue reading TODAY’S PSA: Which Vaccine Did I Get?