Obviously if you read my posts, you know that I’ve had a distressed, depressed past couple of days. I don’t know if it just worked out that way because of my BPD, or because since I turned forty I tend to get a bit melancholy around my birthday and I knew mine was imminent. Today … Continue reading April 7, 1972: The Day Awesome Was Born
Student leaders at Louisiana Tech are making sure no-hazing policies and attitudes are enforced. During my sons undergraduate studies, hazing became a national problem seen on University campuses across the nation. It seemed for a while that every time we turned on the news at night we would hear about another fraternity hazing event that … Continue reading My Son: Future Dr. Superstar M.D.
Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. We’re not fond of rules and we have no respect for the status quo. You can quote us, disagree with us, glorify or vilify us. About the only thing you can’t … Continue reading Misfits
My amazing brother-in-law and I are quite the cooks in the family. He’s a commercial supervisor for a Heating and Cooling Company, I am a disabled housewife…..but long ago we decided that our collective retirement dream would be to open a restaurant called The Glory Hole Cafe. Now as we all know, success in business … Continue reading The Glory Hole Cafe
Three Generations of chaos, trauma, but most importantly love. Like most all parents, I practically worship the ground my two beautiful big babies walk upon. Back when I was growing up the same could not be said for my brother and I. We were abused in every way one possibly could be abused except sexually. … Continue reading Three Generations
These are pics of our new home after we have unpacked (not every single thing) and have a little bit of order to everything. Have I mentioned moving sucks donkey ass?!? I’d rather be drawn and quartered or burned at the stake or waterboarded than to do this shit EVER again. I’m delighted about the … Continue reading Finally!! A Light at The End of The Tunnel
It’s 3:30am here and I can’t sleep a wink. I’m thinking that it’s because MiMi’s precious angel baby, grandson, Louis, is getting christened in less than six hours. Although I am personally not Catholic (my daughter converted the year prior to marrying my amazing son-in-law, who is a devout Catholic) I am wide awake with … Continue reading MiMi’s Angel Is Getting Christened