An open letter to my Anesthesiologist 

Every single day you walk into work and treat people who are sick. Most of the people you see once and they are fixed. You put them to sleep, a quiet slumber. It’s so quick on the patient end. It feels like a blink. It’s not restful. We wake up disoriented and very confused, in…

Some ramblings on recent and past deaths 

Last week I went to yet another funeral. It was for my great Aunt. She was 95, had lived a full life, filled with tons of love of her family. She was my grandmothers sister and my memories of her have always been fond ones. She was a loving lady. She was buried with her…

Louis (Louie)

Today is the day we as a family have been dreading. Our eight and a half year old cat Louis, or Louie as we like to call him, (he also goes by LuLu, Bibs and PittyPitty. And no, I have no clue where some of those names came from) is being put down today. Needless…

My writing

I’ve been told on occasion that I should write more or that I am “well written”. Usually this comes from my random Facebook posts, updating my friends and people I’ve met through my life (and some I haven’t) about my condition, Intracranial Hypertension, and how I’m doing at that particular time. Usually I ramble on…

My Husband

Tonight I went over to my friends house. She was there that fateful night back in August, 2005, when I re-met him. Maybe I should explain more. In July, 1993, I was just a shy 16 year old, hanging out with my girlfriends, who suggested that we go to this new pool hall, that was…