* this post has been through many edits. I keep seeing holes here and there, thus the rewording and reorganization. Just letting you know. And of course, thank you dear readers for reading and for being here!! Our family is made up of homebodies. We spend a lot of time at home, but this sheltering-in-place… Continue reading Some rambles in quarantine
Seven years ago tonight, I arrived at the hospital to get induced for labor at 36 weeks. It was a fearful night full of unknowns and insecurity. The birth plan was for the baby to be born the next afternoon, so she could be taken to the NICU for care before the shift change for… Continue reading 7 years in a nutshell
What is happening to the world?! How has it come to this?! When I first heard about Coronavirus crisis it seemed like a faraway issue until it affected our own community. Within a matter of days, we were notified that everything, besides essential work, will be shut down till April 7th. All schools, gyms, shops,… Continue reading Reflective poems in midst of uncertain times
It seems like there isn't enough hours in the day to finish what needs to be done. For me, it's the fear that I'm not making good use of my time; I should be doing more but I'm not. It's some arbitrary scale I use to evaluate my usefulness. Very self-defeating. But when I pause… Continue reading What a week…rambling post. Had a point, then got off track.
Hi readers, It's been over a week since I've last posted. Life has been hectic to say the least. This year is starting off with knee pains for me. It's been an ongoing issue but it really hit the roof in December 2019. After the usual imaging tests, the result is that one part of… Continue reading How I miss my knee cartilage