You get up before dawn while your husband still sleeps. You stretch. Every stiff, achey joint groans. Coffee. Shower. Put on scrubs. Eat something. Anything. Drive. Park. Step away from your normal. Leave it all behind and just walk through those doors.
I appreciate every beautiful set of eyes that take the time to read my clumsy thoughts. I appreciate the fact that you care. Or even that you’re curious.
I personally thought the chemo was going to be the scariest part. They told us that Tommy Continue reading
I was told in shift report that she was “pleasantly confused.” Because I know these patients always need an extra careful eye, I went to her room first as I began my day.
These last few months have been full of accepting unwanted realities. Actually, my last few years have been weighted pretty heavily Continue reading
Meet Don Kemp. He came into my life when I was 9 years old and totally rocked my world. We blended two families, moved across country a few times, and went through life together. Continue reading
Ruby Wren – 18 adorable months old
It’s so quiet here today. After yesterday being so full of giggles and snuggles and endless snacks, today just seems unnaturally silent. Almost deafening in its stillness. Continue reading
Sometimes I really want things to just get easier. I can’t help it. I do. I know I probably seem like a bratty bellyacher even thinking like that, but today … I really can’t seem to help myself. Continue reading