“When you are not honoring the present moment by allowing it to be, you are creating drama.” --Eckhart Tolle For as long as I can remember, I have been surrounded by drama. For a long time, I thought this was normal and just the way life was...until I woke up and took note. Some people... Continue Reading →
We are five days into public school after nine years of homeschooling. It has been a huge change, and I think it will be a while before I am fully adjusted. This is what I love about public school so far: 1. It is free 2. It is a 6-hour break for me to not... Continue Reading →
I asked, waited, and listened, and these are the answers that have come up thus far: Send Anna to preschool, and if so, where? Maybe not. I just love spending time with her so much now that Mia is in school. I think I want to keep her! Send Mia to school and where?... Continue Reading →
For nine years' of days and nights, I have had Mia under my wing. She's been my shadow for all of her life, my little companion, my teacher. Today, I let her go. She started school today. I did all of my crying, grieving and letting go prior to today, and I woke up happy... Continue Reading →
A fun-filled day to remember.
Nine years ago tonight, I sat in a hospital bed, wearing a gown and an ultrasound device strapped to my engorged belly, attended by a crabby nurse who ordered me to poop on the bed. Regardless, I was ready, calm, and happy. I tolerated a Pitocin-induced labor for a few hours before the epidural relief... Continue Reading →
This year I hope to resolve some questions I have been pondering for a while. Should I or shouldn't I: Send Anna to preschool, and if so, where? Send Mia to school and where? Build my home health care business? (scares me to death) Eat a low-glycemic diet to get my skin and weight back... Continue Reading →