Do you know what I remember about Christmas as child, teenager or even in my early adult years? I guarantee you, it’s not the presents. Oh, OK, maybe there are a few that stick out – like the apples and oranges that always filled our Christmas stockings each year or the year I got my Easy Bake Oven and baked cakes for everyone or maybe … Continue reading Christmases long forgotten
Okay, this is so hard for me, but I know it is something I have to write about. I have always been nothing but open and honest in this blog and I’m not about to stop now. Although, honestly, right now, I wish I wasn’t so open and honest. But I am and so here goes nothing. If you’ve seen me lately, you’ve probably noticed … Continue reading I feel like a failure
Over the past six years my husband, Al, and I have been running, he has had some of the “best” adventures that always leads to him telling the greatest stories. He’s gotten lost on more than one occasion. He’s puked in front of the Bellagio in Vegas and he’s had to take care of “business” off course behind some trees in Fargo. Yes, he’s had … Continue reading My husband’s story!
So many thoughts were running through my head leading up to the Fargo Mini Marathon. But the biggest? Would I be able to finish? I didn’t last year and to be honest, it sucked. You can read about that experience HERE. Since last year, I have been carrying around my bib number in the visor of my car as a reminder that I didn’t finish … Continue reading An emotional day
So today has not been a good day for my asthma. And as I was sitting on my couch doing nothing, I decided to start looking up pictures or graphics that could help people understand my asthma just a little bit better. Not that people don’t get it. But some people just don’t get it. Honestly, sometimes, I don’t get it. I mean I get what … Continue reading What does asthma feel like?