I just heard something really disturbing on the radio this morning. Three 1st graders, yes, I said 1st graders, we’re talking 6 & 7 yr. olds in Anchorage, Alaska are in big trouble, for conspiring to harm another girl with silica tablets, they are not poisonous, but the intent was there, and they were trying … More What is this world coming to?
It’s slowly becoming a little less anguish, which of course is a good thing. He was at the doctor’s the other day, and the only things he really did that he wasn’t supposed to, was take out the outlet caps and tore notices off the wall, and threw them all away. We told the staff … More A mother’s anguish… Pt. 3
I hope to make you laugh today instead of cry. Today, was a better day, he got into some stuff, but it was just his usual “lets see how many times I can escape the house to get rid of this laundry hamper” game. Let’s see, he first brought it upstairs and placed it upside … More A mother’s anguish… pt. 2 A better day.
Why is it that doctors have this incredibly annoying habit of assuming that we “non-medical” people can afford prescriptions just because they can? Yesterday, we got a call from our son`s psychologist that he called in 2 essential vitamins. That`s all well and good, but the vitamins are NOT covered under his insurance, and would … More The assumptions of doctors
This is the start of a series of blog posts about my adult son, who has Autism & ADHD, and his behaviors recently, that have his father and I teetering on…whether to consider looking at group homes, or just plugging on, and trying to find a balance and get him back on the straight and … More A mother’s anguish. Part 1
Working in a restaurant w/a drive thru, has it’s pros and cons. More cons sometimes, but enough pros in order to keep my sanity. This is basically a wish list. I WISH I wish people would learn that they are NOT the only people placing orders, there are customers inside as well, and we make … More Message to the public on how to behave in the drive thru.