Every where you look there’s relationship advice for everyone, being shouted from every medium you can imagine. The internet, television talk shows, books, magazines even Buddist podcasts will sometimes broach the subject. So much of this advice stems on communication. Speaking to each other, saying what’s on your mind and and how you feel. Don’t be afraid to voice your doubts or tell your new love what is bothering you the experts, bloggers and writers tell you. The more you talk about these things the better your connection will be with your significant other. You need to communicate they say. Continue reading
My body hates me right now. Partly from not taking as good care of it as I should. Partly from this IUD I got in, which the doctor says should help with my migraines and heavy periods. Anyway, the hormones are messing with me and my body hates me. Continue reading
For the past few months (3 to be exact) I have been “dating” a man I met on Twitter. RCG messaged me there to say he read this blog and was following. We message there for a couple days until going all the way… exchanging phone numbers. Continue reading
In December of 2013 I gave up.
I gave up on anything that I had been dreaming of. Things important to me and my personal development. I did not in any way give up on my Mom Duties. No, I gave up on me and put all the effort into my Mom Duties as a way of coping with the fact that daily life was nothing like I had anticipated it would be. Continue reading
it’s that time of year again where we get sick.. and this tea helps relieve symptoms and kill those germs.
When your kids get sick it’s hard for any parent. Especially when that sickness comes with a cough and your little one isn’t old enough to have cough syurp.
That’s when I pull out the witches cauldron (as many of my co-workers like to joke) and create my own homemade remedy: ginger root, lemon, honey tea.
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Lately, I have been thinking a lot about love. Feeling as if there is a chance I might be able to find it again with a partner as opposed to just having the unconditional love for Princess D and my Inherited Teen. Continue reading
I am going to Las Vegas. For the first time in my life I am traveling to Sin City, the place where nothing leaves, secrets are kept and adults party for days straight. Or gamble their hours away. And I am going with my 5year old daughter.
We’re going for a wedding, good friends of ours, and it is a family affair but every time Princess D tells someone she’s going to Las Vegas they stare at her, wide eyed, incredulous at the fact that this little innocent is going to Las Vegas, the Disneyland for the X-Rated.
Am I nervous about taking her there? A little, but she has been to Nicaragua with me and this time there are more kids going so it will be more fun.
Am I wishing I was going without her? Not at all. Although that might change once I get the Vegas vibe hitting me.
Will it be an adventure? Yes. And it will be my chance to see how kids friendly Sin City can be. And to get some reviews of it from the mouth of a 5year old.
What do we want to do?
- *M&M world – D wants this. I want to do a walk by.
- *Circus Circus acrobat show – apparently free every hour
- *Shark reef & dolphins – apparently there’s a hotel with these, which kind of makes me sad but will be cool for D to see.
- *Ziplining – Mommy only and she’s terrified.
- *Science / Discovery museum – fun for the kiddies that stimulates the brain
- *Hiking in the desert – a must because both D and I are excited to see the desert
And now the journey begins. Fingers crossed we don’t have any flight issues…. *wipes sweat off brow*