Picture from Pixabay, as always My mom died in September of 2003. She and my dad were married on this day – August 1st – in 1958. Yes, my dad is that old. On days like this, I remember the woman who she was at the end of her life. I wonder sometimes what things […]Read More Station Status Update – It would have been their 60th anniversary today
So just a rundown on what’s been going on and why I’m not posting as much as I used to here: The move to Portland has been postponed until next spring (March or April) because we just can’t afford it right now and there are things we have to get before we can move – […]Read More Station Status Update – More info on moving and a general life update
Okay, if you DON’T want to read/hear about the female reproductive system, my upcoming surgery to resolve a rather specific issue with mine, and general female issue discussions, please close out of this blog post now. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! . . . . . . . . Okay, for those of you who actually stuck around, […]Read More Healer Report #2 – An update on my, well, my uterus (TMI again)
Hello everyone. First, you’ll notice the blog changed again. That’s to proudly display the Amberwoods Station banner that my friend Sara made for me. She did some other stuff for the Amberwoods Station for me, and you’ll get to see those later. Second, yesterday I went to the OB/GYN to discuss the possibility of a […]Read More Healer Report #1 – Dangers of major surgery (TMI ahead…if you’re squeamish, watch out!)
This was me, back in May. (As is obvious, since my hair is long. Have I shown you guys my new hair cut and the dyeing job I did myself? I need to check that in a minute.) You might notice my rather prominent stomach. That isn’t because I’m pregnant. It’s because I’m fat. I […]Read More Why do I even bother?
Random Ramblings #2 – The Health Episode Hi everyone. You may have noticed I missed yesterday’s post. That was mostly because of the eclipse here in the US. I was excited for that and really wasn’t paying attention to anything else. I was also dealing with another issue, one mentioned in the YouTube video I […]Read More Adapting to life
(This picture contains my older sister Melissa – who passed away from cancer in 2016, my mom – who passed away from cancer in 2003, my niece Alissa – who is Melissa’s youngest daughter, my youngest sister Maegan – who is mentally disabled and will never be able to live on her own, and my […]Read More I love you Mom