Why we didn’t make it out to HPF 2016

2016 has been a year of hell. This blog is going to be rambling. It’s going to go back and forth in the time line and might be confusing. But this is why I didn’t go to Heartland Pagan Festival. First one I’ve missed since we didn’t have the money a few years back. Around 1600 on 7 April 2016, Continue Reading →

In other news….

In other news, an update I sent to some old friends of mine last weekend: Samo Samo My son started 4th grade.. Tons of homework and he hasn’t even had a full week yet! LOL It’s gonna be an exciting year. Going to a railroad festival today. Should be fun! ;) Since I missed the Heartland Pagan Festival this year, Continue Reading →

Oh the Drama….

Jeez. Well, Jury Duty is suckin, of course. I hadn’t mentioned that yet. Yeah, I got stuck. “Selected” for jury duty. It’s gonna be a long boring trial. *sigh* Too many defendants (4) with too many Lawyers (5) plus 4 for the prosecution. We are getting all sorts of objections, redirects, cross-examinations and re- redirects. yuck. More on that AFTER. Continue Reading →

Severing cords with people from your past so everyone can move forward

A Sense of Closure Cutting Cords In every relationship, people are constantly exchanging energy that can become a chord connecting two people. This energetic cord forms just below the breastbone and can remain long after a relationship has ended. This unbroken cord may leave an open channel between you and another person, through which emotions and energy can continue to Continue Reading →

Does this sound like a child with ADHD? (requiring medication?)

From my parents: Your son is on task in the classroom about 72% of the time. This means that he is more focused this year, is getting his assignments done at school, is not bothering classmates, etc. He is doing well, staying in line when the class moves in the hall, is eating fairly well at lunch, only one minor Continue Reading →

The good, the bad and the ugly.

My son had an open house tonight. I actually thought it was just a fund-raiser / chili feed, but no, it was an honest-to-goodness, full-fledged open house. He had a neat little checklist of things. It was fun. In the music room, he got to play various intstruments. It was fun! The teacher had removed all the “sharp” keys from Continue Reading →