Complaints · Family · Parenting

Tis the Season for Stress

All I want for Christmas is time with those I love without the pressure and obligation of gifts. Holidays. Business. Marketing. Things. Expectations. Pressure. Don't get me wrong, I love giving people gifts. It makes me feel good to see them smile. However, when it is expected all of the joy of giving is lost.… Continue reading Tis the Season for Stress

Health · Learning · My Blog · Rare Diseases · Transverse Myelitis

The New Normal (long read)

ITransverse Myelitis is an experience that I would not wish on anyone I have truly learned so much in the last two years. I am a better person because of it. I think that TM has really allowed me the time to slow down, stop and look at myself - who I truly am -… Continue reading The New Normal (long read)

My Blog · Photography · Travel

Boston: Architecture

Here is my final post about Boston for 2017. I hope you have enjoyed the mini series. Wow. Just Wow. Boston has some gorgeous old buildings. I enjoyed seeing all of the wrought iron, cobblestone, bricks and detail work. The old lamp posts were pretty cute too. However, I was not a fan of walking… Continue reading Boston: Architecture

My Blog · Photography · Travel

Boston: Salem

Yes, I know that Salem is not located in Boston. However, the series is titled Boston and this is about the time I spent in Salem while on the trip, so bear with me. I ended up going to Salem twice during my trip. The first time was in the evening and we didn't arrive… Continue reading Boston: Salem

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Boston: The People

One thing I was really looking forward too while in Boston was hearing people talk in the stereotypical Boston accent. Silly I know, but I find it entertaining. I was quite disappointed to find that Boston has become such a melting pot that finding a true Bostonian accent is like finding a needle in a… Continue reading Boston: The People