Category Archives: My Life’s Pages

Going through old photographs

I’m going through old photographs and I’m finding a few really fantastic gems, including these two. How is it that these two kids look SO little here and also exactly the same as now? It’s the eyes. They have the exact same look in their eyes all day long. Pratt, mischievous but loving and Lusi, deep, […]

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The Cockroaches

Who knows how and why the demons come and go from the room in my brain. They are cockroaches. They consume without hesitation, without empathy, without mercy. It is deafening as they infiltrate my mind. I clutch and frantically flail, grasping for the withering memories of happiness, laughter, peace, and hope. But my grasp weakens and the crumbs […]

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Moms, we do not have the hardest job in the world

Being a stay at home mother is hard. And sometimes you don’t want to do it. Sometimes you need “me” time. Sometimes you are so tired of the “hold me’s” and the constant touching, and the breakfasts lunches and dinners, the never ending to do list, and the worrying. OH the worrying!  Worrying you are doing […]

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New Watercolor Fabric Designs

Taking a break from the down and dreary posts. Painting it therapy for me so I’ve been doing a lot of it. Because of the push of some fabulous friends I’ve started selling the paintings as fabric over at spoonflower.com. I’ve already sold a few yards and have a few of my own in the mail […]

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Depression On Paper

This post is the start of a series I’ll be posting on mental health and my experience with depression and other mood disorders. I’m kind of terrified to publish it. It’s my darkest, my deepest, it’s my real. It’s scary to show people real, I mean, I’m always real but this is… this is ALL […]

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