Tag Archives: Family Doctor

Glue Gun Control

After my last post, I decided to do something “fun” and stop feeling so deflated.  I had been kicking around some “fun” ideas and landed on one that required a trip to the craft store.  I wanted to make something … Continue reading

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Quilt Therapy

It was my husband’s idea.  Make a quilt out of your mom’s shirts.  Brilliant. As I was cleaning out her room, I couldn’t bear the idea of just dumping all of her things at the Goodwill.  There’s nothing wrong with … Continue reading

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Turning the Tables

I wouldn’t say that I’m a super Christian, but I dabble.  I know some stuff.  I believe.  I’ve read The Book.  My favorite story in the Bible probably wouldn’t be the favorite of most people.  My favorite story is when … Continue reading

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Decomposing Doctor

To say that I love Halloween is an understatement. We play a little game in our house called, “would you rather.”  My son usually instigates the game at random times that make absolutely no sense.  While driving my firstborn to … Continue reading

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I’ve Gone Men-tal

I think my husband walks on water.  I know that’s ridiculous.  No one is perfect.  No one is capable of such things.  And he really can’t. He hogs the bathroom and stinks it up, seems to accumulate pens wherever we … Continue reading

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Back on Track

I live with a 7 year old boy who has been in love with trains since just before he could speak.  He couldn’t say “train,” but he dutifully carried around a wooden train in each hand everywhere he went.  God … Continue reading

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Tragic Backstory

If you are lucky, you have one.  If you are lucky, the universe dealt you a shitty hand and you persevered.   You overcame.  You are a better human now.  Don’t harbor resentment.  Being in the shit -is the shit. … Continue reading

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