- 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: June 2011
Summer’s here. (sarcasm font on) Awesome (sarcasm font off). If you know me, you know that while I try to put on a brave face (okay, not really) I don’t really like summer that much. I do a LOT of … Continue reading
I wanted to disappear. I wanted to evaporate into a plume of smoke, become invisible, somehow cease to exist. That’s how humiliated I was. But, there was no escape. Pumpkin Pie had said it. In public. And I had to … Continue reading
Here at Cloud 8, it is a year of change. This year the boys turn 5, 10, and 13. Sweet Pea will be a teenager, Pickles has hit the double digits, and Pumpkin Pie will start kindergarten at the big … Continue reading
My wonderful cousin, Olive Oyl kindly agreed to write a guest post for me today, and it’s awesome! Squeeee! Continue reading
A couple of days ago, before this hellish heat wave hit, we were sitting at Pickles playoff baseball game. Without wasting a bunch of words on it, I will just say that it was a very exciting game, and tempers … Continue reading
When Sweet Pea was 2 1/2, we were expecting Pickles. We had explained to Sweet Pea that his brother would be born in the hospital and that he would come home and live here in the house with us. This … Continue reading