The way I have always heard the story told says that when you love someone deeply, you give a piece of your heart. If you are lucky, they will give you a piece of theirs in return and kind of showed in the hole that was made when you gave of yourself to them. What […]Read More Under a Purple Sky
Polyamory. It is quite controversial subject. I think people get misled, thinking polyamory is nothing more than consensual non-monogamy. However, it is so much more than that. Edgy shows from cable networks trying to make themselves relevant; shows like big love and Sister Wives, perpetuate the myth of a single definition of polyamory. Polyamory […]Read More Poly-Heart
After much thought and reflection I’m going to change some of my post formatting. In any blog, there is supposed to be a reoccurring theme, and honestly the reoccurring theme here is me. However, I have decided to put some of the posts in ongoing article form. You may have noticed it already as I […]Read More New Article Styles
Awhile back I had posted that we were going to go on a cruise for our next Grande Adventure. Due to a bunch of circumstances we’ve had to bump it back months and months. Instead of traveling during summer we will be traveling during fall, and that makes me nervous. However, the whole cruise thing […]Read More Delay for the Next Grande Adventure
To those who have come to my little tiny dusty corner of the internet, I bid you welcome. Recently, I have looked into easier ways for me to be able to post more efficiently and have finally given in and gotten a speech to text translator. I hope that this will make things easier for […]Read More New (for me) Way to Post
‘Mom we’re out of gauze’, the text unceremoniously appeared on my phone. That is a very frightening line to receive in your text from your kid. No explanation. No context. Just a simple text that we were out of gauze. Due to a myriad of factors I have a tendency to keep a rather robust […]Read More A Note a Mother Never Wants to Receive.
Fifteen years ago, I bought a car from a dealership. A used car with 32,000 miles on her. She was an acknowledgement that we didn’t need the size of the van anymore. She was about economy and practicality – and that she was. She was gray, although the title says silver blue; I never saw […]Read More Eulogy to a Car