i know a lot of people who get pets and then suddenly realize they know nothing about the pet. At this point, said individual either takes training, gets someone to train the pet (can you train an iguana?) or "frees" the pet. Look. i wish i could tell you i was a great role model … Continue reading Tough Times
Hey there, readers! If you have been keeping up with things, you know that Sarah and i have been working on our relationship and have made more progress than either of us could have hoped for. i kept my Recovery goals in sight and am now back in the North, where my routine and outdoor … Continue reading Confidence? Um, ok.
i know this is one of my flaws. Procrastination. No doubt about it. You have seen the pictures of our kitchen. i hope. 'Cause that means you read other blogs of mine. i am touched. But back to the kitchen. Sometimes John has lapses in memory and these are exacerbated by any manner of distraction. … Continue reading Recovery Strengths…Reflective
John asked me to write something about living with him, and more specifically him and his conditions. And right there I start to feel awkward… yes he endures his bi polar, depression, anxiety and post traumatic stress. These are all things he shared with me on our first coffee date almost 12 years ago. I … Continue reading Sarah’s Perspective
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I used to be one of those. When i first went on Facebook, i felt it was my duty, you know, being so smart and everything, to correct other people's grammar. I was a teacher's aide in university and marked first year papers. It was kind of my responsibility, right? Help society with their grammar. … Continue reading Integrity