Do Not Enter

Those with boys will certainly commiserate with this blog entry.   Recently, we reinvented our lower level complete with new furniture, fresh paint, and a desperately needed floor cleaning.    My vision was to create a more grown up vibe with durable yet stylish decor.   My audience consisted of two teenage boys and one… Continue reading Do Not Enter


If I were a doctor, I would diagnose myself with “social media whiplash”.   The symptoms are pain in the eyes, neck and head region, confusion, irritability, and a concern that people don’t know how to spell properly let alone have a decent foundation for an argument.    Yes, we have a lot happening in… Continue reading Whiplash


Okay, so I am at a crossroads where, in my perception, I feel society overuses certain words, like love and hate.    To me, love is the expression that I want to save for those closet to me, or a fantastic overindulgent dessert.   I am uncomfortable with individuals that I barely know expressing how… Continue reading Expression

Tedious Matters

It is a known fact that parenting is hard work, but the work becomes more challenging when you are raising a child with special needs.     The reality is that most of the time it isn’t even raising the actually child that presents issues, but rather fighting through all the red tape to get… Continue reading Tedious Matters