Make some Italian food tonight with this easy Crockpot Cheese Tortellini and Sausage recipe. Serve with a side salad and some hot bread for a quick dinner any night of… — Read on http://www.keyingredient.com/recipes/573551783/crockpot-cheese-tortellini-and-sausage/ Trying this out this week.
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Page 5 of 365 – Helpless vs Hopeless
There is such a difference between feeling helpless and hopeless. Right now I feel helpless against my husband’s disease. I know we are doing all we can to fight it but even with that I feel like we aren’t doing enough or doing the right things to treat him. Last night I cried at softballContinue reading “Page 5 of 365 – Helpless vs Hopeless”
Page 4 of 365 – Wordless Wednesday
Page 3 of 365 – Unreliable Narrator
My husband is now an unreliable narrator of his own story. It’s not his fault at all considering the circumstances. Brain injuries or in my husband’s case recovering from brain surgery is such a strange and winding process. An unreliable narrator is a narrator whose credibility is compromised. The amount of information thrown at aContinue reading “Page 3 of 365 – Unreliable Narrator”
Page 2 of 365 – Friends & Family
It’s funny how when you get married most wedding vows have something about for better or for worse. It strikes me as extremely important at this time of my life, but I realize that there is no vow like that done to the other people in your family as your family grows. Actually I knowContinue reading “Page 2 of 365 – Friends & Family”
Page 1 of 365 – My husband has cancer.
With everyone celebrating the end of 2022 and what is to come in 2023, I’m wishing to turn back the clock to November 13, 2022 the day my husband has a gran mal seizure and we found out that he had a brain tumor that ultimately turned out to be Glioblastoma, a grade 4 tumorContinue reading “Page 1 of 365 – My husband has cancer.”
Father’s Day – Summer Reading & Writing Lesson Plan
Father’s day is coming soon and to make the most of your summer learning here is a short lesson plan to encourage your children to read and write a little more this summer. READ Read to me books are my favorite. Here is a playlist of some of my favorites I’ve found ver the years…Continue reading “Father’s Day – Summer Reading & Writing Lesson Plan”
My BMI is 36.3
Reset all my settings on MyFitnessPal today. I really need to get to working out. Currently, my BMI is 36.3. That puts me in the obese category. It sounds so much more horrible than I feel like I look. Obese people don’t look like me. They look like the people on the show my 600Continue reading “My BMI is 36.3”
Thanksgiving Read Aloud Books!
My love of read aloud and read to me books is growing on the daily. Here is a great list of books to share with your kids for thanksgiving! My list: Thanks For Thanksgiving by Julie Markes and Doris Barrettehttps://youtu.be/jsc6LaAukpM Bear Gives Thankshttps://youtu.be/4G2WXWZu3jw Pete The Cat: The First Thanksgivinghttps://youtu.be/z0rPJdYVbjA The Night Before Thanksgivinghttps://youtu.be/-YlEGjPzxVY The VeryContinue reading “Thanksgiving Read Aloud Books!”
Some People Excel At Google Calendar And Some Don’t – Which Back to School Mom Are You?
This week I finally realized that the rush of activity before the newest school year fits day is similar to the feelings many of us had leading up to picking out our New Years Resolutions in December 2020. Back to School is a time where all the disorganized or overwhelmed moms wish that they couldContinue reading “Some People Excel At Google Calendar And Some Don’t – Which Back to School Mom Are You?”