There's no knock-knock joke here. Orange is the most common awareness ribbon color for ADHD Awareness Month. ADHD Awareness Month being in October is about the only 'awareness' anything that I can ever remain even vaguely aware of. Because there are entirely too many awareness months - and colors, and ribbons! - and my brain … Continue reading Orange You Glad I Reminded You?
Regular blog post to follow in a few days (presumably...). For now, though, I wanted to re-post an awesome poem Souls by newer blogger Robin of Through the Tornado of Chaos. I don't have anything to add verbally to the sentiment, so have a Where's Whoopsie that fits the theme!
Starting a new job costs physical spoons, even when it saves mental spoons. My new longer commute has left me pretty drained this week. I did plan to post yesterday, but an unexpected situation on said new commute took precedence. Other people's stories aren't mine to share. So, all I will say is that, if … Continue reading Subway Sociology #8: Railway Acts of Baked Goods Generation
Sometimes I have a flare and want to save my poor swollen hands for work. Since I always write on July 4th, check back then for a full post! In the meantime, if anyone needs any encouragement this week: If my squishy can stick to the ceiling for a full 15 seconds through sheer grit … Continue reading Stick with It
George Lakoff talks about how the moment you mention something - especially if you immediately tell the person not to think about it - all they can do is think about it. So, if I tell you "don't think of an elephant," all you'll be able to think about is the elephant in the room. … Continue reading Don’t Think of a White Elephant
*Knock knock* "Who's there?" "Seven" "Seven Who?" "Seven Eleven..." "Dude, you can't fool me. I know there's only seven of you. When I'm seeing eleven then maybe I'll believe I'm as think as my friends drunk I am. Now bring me my black coffee and tylenol delivery stat!" There's an Improv game called Five Things … Continue reading Improv #10: Seven Things for Self-Care
Dearly Beloved, We are gathered here today to pay testament to the life of Squishy. He was called Squishy, and he was ours, and he was our Squishy. Squishy’s passing - though not unexpected with an expected lifespan for his kind of only a few months - still leaves a void in our life that … Continue reading Rest in Pieces
via Presents for Your Loved Ones with Chronic Migraine — The Migraine Chronicles My own migraines have been getting the best of me this week. I'm about to go out of town for a business trip, and I'm praying I can get them under some control before I leave. I wasn't aware before this reblog … Continue reading *Press It* Presents for Your Loved Ones with Chronic Migraine — The Migraine Chronicles