Those guests, you know, the ones who arrive uninvited to your home. They surreptitiously check out your pantry, doing a mental check on how long the food will last before being they’ll leave. They take over your home and yard, and before long, their friends move in too. The worse part is when they alienate your … More My Selfish, Unwelcome and Destructive Guests
Clouds, constantly shapeshifting, forces one to imagine. … More Cotton Candy
My experience with Bell’s Palsy – lonely, scary, devastating. … More Bell’s Palsy – my scary, lonely journey.
When I think of my childhood, I am overwhelmed with nostalgia. I can smell, taste, feel it. I wish I could raise my kids the way I grew up, but times have so changed since then. I grew up in Jamaica, a child of the seventies and eighties. Looking back now, I can identify the … More My childhood – a nostalgic revisit
Sometimes, well meaning gestures can end in disaster. But we have no choice but to love that person anyway. A few years ago, my husband and I worked a sort of relay system, between his 7pm-7am (Tues-Fri) shift and my 9am-5.30pm (Mon-Fri). When I got home from work, he would take the car and head … More The little things the husbands do…
I hope we’ll have a great relationship and learn from each other. I have a lot of opinions about a lot of things, so the only common theme among my blog posts will be randomness. … More Hello world!