One to rule them all…NOT!

Chronic/Invisible illnesses really, really, really stink!  (I’m working on a post explaining my own struggle…check back soon) Broken Mind.  Broken Body.  Broken Spirit. I used to believe that health was mostly body driven, and that the greatest happiness comes from … Continue reading

Miss Me?

Eh…probably not…right?

5 years is a long time.

But I’m back…hopefully in a more consistent way.  And ForeverWhy is getting a make-over!  New look and hopefully better…and easier to keep moving forward.  Not sure where this journey will take me…us…but I think I’ve finally ready to figure that out.

So…be honest…what do you think of the new look?

It’s still a work in progress.  I have a bunch of pictures to add.  Slow and steady…right?

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Book and Movie review for Harry Potter #4. (You can find review of #1 here and #2 here and #3 here.)  This book is still by far my favorite in the Harry Potter saga.  Fast paced from the Quidditch World Cup in the beginning to the Mad Eye Moody conclusion.  I still find myself not wanting to put it down when I pick it up to reread.  Continue reading

A Child…is not Known

Let me say right from the start that I deeply love and want ALL of my children.  Being their mom is far from easy…and there are more then a few days were I wonder if I’m really up to the task…but at the end of the day I find my strength was sufficient and my heart has grown a little bit more.  A couple weeks ago I went in for our greatly anticipated anatomy ultrasound.  Everyone was so excited…me most of all.  The unknown was going to be made known…and all our convictions confirmed.  Our last little girl was on her way, right? Continue reading

Green Tomato Harvest

The killer frost I talked about last time ended my tomatoes in their tracks…and really made me sad.  I was looking forward to all those lovely tomatoes being turned into some very pretty jars of tomatoes.  With GadgetJunior’s help, we managed to pull off a HUGE tub of green tomatoes.  Sadly that was less then half of what had been there…but I was beyond done at the time.  That would have to do for a green tomato harvest.  The question then became – what to do with all those green tomatoes? Continue reading