This is our view from Nikola’s room at The Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital. Our baby was admitted this past Thursday because of a mysterious fever, rash, fussiness combo. Since becoming a mom I have googled everything under the sun related to babies, but this one was too scary. Their initial concern was Bacterial Meningitis. It takes 48 hours for the results from the spinal tap to come … Continue reading THE CRYING HANGOVER
I’m pregnant. After 2 years and 11 months of trying, my husband and I finally got a positive pregnancy test. We spent a lot of money on sticks that I had to pee on, went to doctors, had fertility tests (all came back fine), and even tried in vitro. All with no luck. But, as of 2 days ago, we are 17 weeks pregnant. We … Continue reading Pregnancy and the accompanying anecdotes.
One year ago. A look back at the last 365 days. Continue reading One Year Ago
A post about perceptions. Continue reading It’s a fine line between fearlessness and belligerence.
I did something a little wacky. I submitted an article for publication in Brevity Magazine. Now that I’m thinking about it, I don’t know what is crazier: Submitting the article or telling you about all it. The thought of both is making me a little queasy right now. I submitted a short, non-fiction story. And as I think back to when I first started this blog; I would have never had the courage … Continue reading Taking Writing Risks
First, A little back story. I thought of the title for this blog post out of the blue one day. So I quickly opened my WordPress app and typed it in. I hit save, under the Drafts tab. Making absolutely sure that I didn’t accidentally hit the publish button. That is the worst! Publishing something before it’s ready, aaarrgh. It’s awful! Anyway, as I was double checking that … Continue reading A Procrastinator’s Guide To Tackling The To-Do List: Blogging Edition
I started out strong. Just over eight months ago. I was blogging often, having a fairly clear, concise point with each post. The feedback I got was amazing. People told me that what I was writing was relatable and how they looked forward to my posts. But, as the weeks went on, I found myself blogging less and less and less. At one point going more than a month … Continue reading Beginners Bloggers Block