Beachy Days and Just Short of a Decade

Now that we are almost two months through surgery recovery and lifestyle changes I can report that even though it has gotten easier it has not gotten any less annoying.  I am two months sober from alcohol, tylenol, and several other medications that could have aided in my allergy fest that I had experienced earlier…

Metal Plates

It is official! I have new plates on my car!  The funny thing is that even with multiple state moves I have never been able to get rid of my New Jersey plates. I feel as if they have followed me everywhere I have moved, haunting me with the idea of moving back to a…

Wrench in the Sand

I’m currently sitting in a booth at the Golden Corral forcing my kids to take bites of their dinner.  We came here after a long day at the lake was interrupted by an incoming storm   Perhaps that was our stomachs growing instead of the clouds preparing to release its wet rage on us? It…

The Case of the Streptococcus – Part 2

It had been three days since she had left her house.  When she tried to follow her normal routine she found that the baker’s stares would linger on her a little too long when ordering her morning bagel and coffee, the bus driver would ask her one too many times to take a seat while they were moving,…

The Case of the Streptococcus – Part 1

She ran up and down Skater Street desperately trying to find the detectives. She had the address but every time she lifted to read off the small crinkled paper a rain drop would land, smudging and drowning away the words. Looking down, huddling most of her body over her new watercolor picture, she nudged forcefully into someone.…

Crossing the Border

I’m away on spring break but I set up some posts to keep you entertained! Enjoy! I have an inner nature to be apprehensive towards any situation involving my children. Living in this area intensified that behavior with the actions of man that have directly affected us. We had our cars broken into leading to the theft…