GOT What did you think?

Yes, I am a Game of Thrones fanatic. I didn’t want to be and the first time I watched the series I was mostly confused. Who the hell were all these people? There were too many storylines. Too many main characters getting whacked and what is it with all the sex! After the first season faded to black and the series really took off, I was still confused but tried to embrace it. I wanted … Read more…

From A Distance…

PLEASE SHARE: A couple of weeks ago my husband, Jeff, and I decided to go to Florida to get the reconstruction going on Jan, my mother-in-law’s, condo. Hurricane Michael had decided to do a little remodeling. Her condo is on Panama City Beach, and even though the roof was removed, furniture destroyed and walls torn down, she’s still one of the lucky ones. Lucky, in that she and my sister-in-law, Julie, were emergency evacuated before the storm … Read more…

A Bittersweet Anniversary…

This morning I woke up and literally the first thought in my mind was, it’s been a year. It’s funny, this past year I didn’t measure time in the traditional January to December, but rather October to October. I went and re-read my blog post from just days after the shooting at Route 91 and became quite emotional. I felt so much during that time and needed to find release and reality in saying the … Read more…

New Endeavor

Last Friday I went to my first full day training as a volunteer for Hospice of Northwest. I came away inspired and energized!   It was about ten and a half years ago when hospice first entered my life. Chuck, my father-in-law, had been diagnosed for the last time with non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. His doctors told us he had less than four months to live. Obviously, it devastated our family and for a man who had … Read more…