- If you get Migraines, you need to know this.I don’t suffer from migraines but for a while, I thought I did. It turns out that the debilitating, days-long, nauseating headaches I got were a reaction to a common artificial sweetener. Finding out that I needed to avoid anything with Aspartame totally changed my life. However, I have several close friends and family who suffer from migraines and getting r […]
- If you get Migraines, you need to know this.
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- MenacePower is intoxicating. Everyone loves having the ability to make their decisions into reality — to think "this should be something that happens," and then actually be able to make that thing happen. It is also dangerous. And it is especially dangerous when applied to four-year-olds. Four-year-olds lack the experience to wield power responsibly. The […]
Monthly Archives: December 2010
Our van breaking down would have been less of an issue if we hadn’t been on our way to Camp Mamaw 204.56 miles from home. On Christmas day. WRAAAAAAAAA!!!! So here’s the whole story. On our trek to VA for … Continue reading
At our house, the radio is always on in the kitchen. It reminds me of my Gramma and it is the way I have always done it. We are lucky enough to have a public radio station that plays awesome … Continue reading
Everywhere I go in my house, there are these little pieces of thin, rigid, clear plastic film. They are triangular and roughly the size of a postage stamp, although some are bigger. They get all static-y and are stuck to … Continue reading
Last year, in his Christmas stocking from his Mamaw, Pumpkin Pie got a candy necklace. He had never seen such a thing before, and he was rapt. You wear it AND it is delicious candy? He asked me if he … Continue reading
My friend, Lisa and I were on the Steering committee for a Mother’s group for several years. We would take turns bringing in food for the meetings, you know, bagels, juice, a Quiche from the grocery store, whatever. Not Lisa. … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again when for 4 days during the second busiest week of the entire freaking year in early December, the elementary and middle school kids all come home 2 and a half hours early so their teachers … Continue reading