When I Can’t Sleep

Yesterday, a small miracle happened. When I got home from work I had a hot second to lay down on the couch. I told Danny I was just going to rest for a minute, but when I closed my eyes, my "rest" turned into a full on nap. The likes of which simply don't happen … Continue reading When I Can’t Sleep

Covid-19 Series, Entry #15

Good news and bad news. We've started watching The Crown, so please read this in a British accent, a la Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth. Now. Let's start with some good news, shall we? My lovely family indulged my desire to have a rather spoofy holiday card this year and... I present to you... "Best … Continue reading Covid-19 Series, Entry #15

Covid-19 Series, Entry #14

Thanks-mother-effing-giving. Oh, hey there! So...big holiday coming up tomorrow. Also, we're still in the midst of a pandemic...lest you had forgotten, or maybe you are still using denial as a coping mechanism. In the past two hours, I have had two different friends reach out to me for advice regarding loved ones who have been … Continue reading Covid-19 Series, Entry #14

The “Single Issue Disqualifier”

Don't worry! This post is not about Covid-19! It's about abortion. I'm technically on "vacation" this week, which is a load of crap. Vacation, as it exists in my mind (on a beach sans children) is no longer a thing. And calling a week off from work "vacation" just rubs salt in my wounds, as … Continue reading The “Single Issue Disqualifier”

Covid-19 Series, Entry #11

Death certificates...ahem. I love Sunday mornings. Things move at a slower pace. Danny and I enjoy coffee together on the deck. The kids generally sleep in a bit and eventually roll out of bed to help me make cinnamon rolls before we watch church online. So when my alarm clock went off this morning, I … Continue reading Covid-19 Series, Entry #11