What is Normal? OCD Struggles
Writer chooses to be left anonymous
Have you ever tried to explain color to the blind? Tried to convey the beauty that is the sunrise to eyes that see only black?
Can you explain to the one who lives with no sound, the emotions that a love song can stir as soon as you hear the very first chord?
Learning How to Walk Again
A little over a year ago one of life’s unexpected turns found its way into my life. Just from stepping off the curb the wrong way, I have had a year worth of pain following a very extensive surgery on my ankle. Sometimes, life will throw curveballs when you least expect it. There have been a lot of lessons learned throughout my healing time. During physical therapy today, the therapist made a comment that got me thinking not just about my ankle but about life in general. I’d like to share with you one of the many lessons that have come out of the situation with my ankle and learning how to walk again.
Life WILL Throw Curveballs
I’ve heard the old saying, “If the shoe fits, then wear it” more times than I can count. Typically speaking, when someone says that it is usually a derogatory comment meaning that they are the brunt of a joke because of some sort of quirky or negative thing about them.
Lazy Mom’s Day?!
Today is officially National Lazy Mom’s Day! HA! Those words just do NOT go together in my book. You might have found a way to master being lazy and being a mom but I have yet to find a way for those two worlds to collide! If you have found a way, please shed some light for me… I’m all ears!
Life Lessons From America’s Past Time
Last night something pretty rare happened in baseball. Rich Hill of the Dodgers pitched an amazing game. After nine innings of play, he still had a no hitter. In the 10th, he left one pitch hanging and Josh Harrison of the Pirates hit out of the park to hand Hill with all his efforts a 1-0 loss. As I have thought about that this morning, there are three life lessons that we can see from that.