Tag Archives: family

Victory Time

I should preface what follows by saying that I have always wanted to be a mom, and a stay-at-home mom at that.  I love being with my two children and am thankful for my son’s summer break from school, allowing us more time together during the day.  That being said, I also have to say […]

Being Super

My husband has learned about medical conditions and procedures that I can barely understand or pronounce.  He has memorized volumes about the human body and especially the parts he focuses on for his specialty.  What I find equally amazing, and perhaps even more so, is how he has learned to make the transition from work […]

The Little White Bag

I finally booked the flight/hotel/rental car for our family trip up north for a relative’s wedding a month from today.  Some family members made their arrangements for travel several months ago.  To my prone-to-procrastinating mind, this was befuddling.  What if Vien couldn’t get those days off?  What if something else came up that would change our […]


I jokingly wrote the following as a recent Facebook status: “Writing about doing laundry won’t get the clothes folded, will it?”–but as I dove into the hamper and started folding and putting things away, I realized that there just might be something to write about. Handling each piece of my family’s clothing week after week, […]