Shovels and Rope

Heard this duo on Live From Here (formerly A Prairie Home Companion, if you’re an old like me) a couple weeks ago and I really enjoyed them. I am tempted to write a whole post about how tough it is to find new music, except I learned about this group by turning on the radio. … More Shovels and Rope

Botoxing

From Love That Max: The moment one cerebral palsy doctor will never forget I recognize that botox and phenol injections aren’t for every kid or adult with CP. But they are helping E for the time being, and it’s wonderful to see him move his legs more easily.

TIL I Need Sugar

TIL Today I learned (again) that the reason I hate cleaning is because it pretends to be a finite thing and it totally isn’t. Sweep the floor? Why bother, I”ll just have to sweep it tomorrow. Ditto vacuuming, dusting (DUSTING THE HELL THAT IS DUSTING), dishes, laundry. My pertinent example, due to winter’s dog paws, … More TIL I Need Sugar

Future Vigilante

E caught a devil of a cold and it was lasting too long, so we took him in to the doctor. When we arrived, he was coughing and sneezing up a storm, so I popped one of the child-size masks on him. I expected him to cry, or get upset. But he blinked slowly and … More Future Vigilante

Spacers, fire your rockets!

I already posted this on my author site, but I’ll put it here, too: my novel Memory’s Exile is available to purchase in ebook! Today! You can get it at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and iBooks. Print will be coming soon. Longer post, coming soon as well.