Goddamnit all, I’ve done it again. *leafs through blog entries in Posts folder* Ah, yes. Early March was the last time I blogged. Early…frickin’…March. *sigh* *more sighing* *dramatic sighs* Well “sigh” doesn’t even look like a real word anymore… Okay, sorry, hello. No, I haven’t died and yes, I am still blogging. I mean, I haven’t been. But… Continue reading *headdesk*
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Check it out! Another “Year in Review”…the second for this blog. You know what that means, right? I’ve blogged for a whole year on the same blog! Okay, so, maybe I took a hiatus after the birth of my son for a few months there…but, still, I’ve tried hard to get back… Continue reading Round Two: “My Year in Review”
Am I selfish? Am I stupid? Have I done wrong by my son, bringing him into this world constantly seized by hate, terror, and violence? These thoughts popped into my head with every pushed notification I received on my iPhone from AP News as word of the Paris attacks broke in the US yesterday afternoon.… Continue reading Thoughts After Paris
I really didn’t intend to write a post today. This morning—as I alternated between packing my lunch and pumping equipment for work, and playing with my nearly 8-month-old son playing on the floor—I reminded my husband that it was October 15th. I told him about the memorial wall for which my colleagues and I had… Continue reading Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day
Second half of a two-parter about sorting out my shit.
Wondering where my Weight Loss Wednesday post was last week? Lemme whip out the Boston accent for a second: NAHT HAPPENIN’. [Warning: Lots of whining ahead. Feel free to skip this post as I half-explain where I’ve been the last week and half-bitch about how crappy I feel and how hard it’s been!] I woke… Continue reading Parenting Challenge Unlocked
Sometimes, pretty cool and amazing things happen when you least expect them. A year and a half ago, I created an anonymous blog and associated Twitter account in an attempt to dig myself out of a depression following my second miscarriage. I was desperate to find comfort in others who could relate, as the majority… Continue reading A New Adventure