My mind likes order. I like graph paper. I like nice tidy columns of numbers. I like neat printing. I have a carpenter's level and I know how to use it. I also have blank walls. I have ten pieces of art framed and ready to go on my living room walls. I have a… Continue reading Can You Teach An Old Ordered Mind To Like New Chaos?
"If my cell goes out and you get a call from xxx-xxx-xxxx that's me calling from room CDU #6."That is an excerpt from a text I sent at 9:42pm on Monday, July 22 from my comfy bed in the Clinical Decision Unit of the hospital. (Well, comfy in comparison to the horribly UNcomfortable bed, in… Continue reading I Can’t Believe I Left My Cell Phone Charger At My Desk: My Adventure In The Emergency Room
Gravel roads bring back many memories for me. When I was little the busy five-lane paved street that now runs just feet away, next to my house, was a gravel road. I heard the distinctive rumble cars make on gravel every day while I played in the yard. My house was hard to keep dusted.… Continue reading A Million Tiny Rocks
2013_0324 Sunday To look at my life from the outside, it probably doesn't seem that busy. She works, but what else does she do? Well, you're right. I don't need a message center in my house to keep track of my scheduled activities and social events. In fact, to be honest with you, at this… Continue reading Easily Distracted And Creatively Ambitious