What a selfish message B dropped on my unconscious daughter.
I wanted to punch B in the face. I wanted to yell at B and tell her what I thought of her. I wanted to kick her out of our ICU room. I wanted to NEVER see her again.
It took a ton of self control to do nothing. Read More
The kitchen and food preparation used to be in a separate room, hidden in the back of the home and food was transported to the dining area. Today the kitchen is often the heart of the house, open to the living room, sunroom, dining room and even play area. The kitchen is a source of total nourishment. We gather there, we cook and we eat there. Regardless of whether your style is ultra-modern or an old country kitchen, they still have the same needs for uncluttered, clean space with adequate lighting and ease of movement. Read More
I don’t want to commemorate the day my child was diagnosed with diabetes. Life changed drastically that day. Dreams ended that day. That is the saddest day of my life. That is the day I couldn’t wake her up. That was the day I had to face the fact my child might never wake up again. That day was also my birthday. Read More
As my suitcase was being tossed, I mean searched, the agent was sure she had found something incriminating. She pulled out a baggie of white powder. Oh the horrors. She was confidant she had found cocaine. Read More
The ob/gyn was looking at my MRI and telling all about the exploratory surgery someone else would be performing on me. I would be opened up and they would remove anything they felt I didn’t need anymore. I was sitting across the desk from him looking at the pictures and diplomas decorating his office. He finally noticed I was not paying any attention to him and stopped telling me his plans for my guts. He was wise enough to say, “You aren’t going to let me do any of this are you?” Read More
Your home needs to be your sanctuary. You need to be adamant about what can and cannot come in. You will learn who truly cares for you and who is just paying you lip service. The people who value you will make accommodations for you and your MCS. The ones that don’t you may not need to be hanging out with. Toxic products make us ill, and so do toxic relationships. Read More
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