When someone asks about Michael, here’s how I describe him at this moment in time: When you walk … [Read more...] about My Different-Brained Son Is Like a Piece of Art
I’m a single Mom. I’m an artist: acrylic on canvas and walls, ink drawings, back of my van painting, … [Read more...] about Mom, I Am
I met with a couple who had just shared their diagnosis of a different-brained child with a friend … [Read more...] about Thursday, July 2012
I’m delighted, I think. I have friends (cool, I know) and those friends know my passion for this … [Read more...] about Tuesday, July Something
As I’m sitting here, really feeling crazy about my inability to communicate what life is actually … [Read more...] about The Impact
I have two cats and I buy those cats food. Their favorite seems to be Ocean Whitefish & Tuna. I … [Read more...] about Cat Food—WTF?
So we have started in-home therapy and WOW. It’s like my life is written on a page and this person … [Read more...] about In-Home Therapy and Chocolate
I had finally surrendered to getting a meds evaluation for Michael. I committed to going to the … [Read more...] about Committed: No Meds Land Part 2 (Read “No Meds Land” first, if ya want)
Of all the things I deal with relating to this different brain of my son’s, meds is what I hate the … [Read more...] about No Meds Land
All I wanted was to get my grocery shopping done for the week. That’s all. It was the only … [Read more...] about All I Wanted . . .