- 365 Days of Kidneys
- A gripe
- Friday Photo Fun
- Gage's liver
- Gage's new kidney adventure
- General Family
- Getting My Craft On.
- Going Mental
- Good behavior doesn't come cheap
- Homespun Therapy
- Kidneys in general
- NaBloPoMo – A post a day!
- Nothing to do with kidneys
- Plugging SfSN site!
- Quinn's new kidney adventure
- Quinnlin's liver
- Raising special needs kids
- Spoken in the Mutant Family
- Story telling
- Tips for parents, families and friends
- What others take for granted
- Working through it.
Category Archives: Story telling
I love this so much Lovingly made by Robin Plemmons Reminding me to write Not for anyone else Needed today And everyday lately Sit your ass down and write Just write Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin … Continue reading
Gage and I had a good laugh at his vocabulary words tonight and how nearly all of them are related somehow to his kidney disease/failure and depression. Grotesquely Emaciated Inevitable Sauntered Distraught Despondent Intrigued Surreptitiously Mostly he was saying he … Continue reading
If you’re in the United States, I wanted to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. I wanted to tell you that I’m thankful for you all reading along with us. I know you celebrate the good stuff with us and I … Continue reading
My BFF Carol comes over nearly every Friday night. Sometime during the day we text about who has what in their fridge and we figure out the menu. By menu I mean anything around steaks, because these Friday night rituals … Continue reading
An intense decision That one Or this one A devil or a bum A zombie or a Witch Several minutes passed Maybe an hour A zombie princess, no a zombie prom queen A deliberate choice for one Who sees doctors … Continue reading
In a few hours we’ll be leaving for the 2nd swim meet that Quinnlin is in with her new(ish) year-round team. She has three events today. She’s nervous, saying she doesn’t want to go. She will go and she’ll do great … Continue reading
We can learn a lot from Conner, who pulls and pushes his younger brother Cayden, who happens to have cerebral palsy, in triathlons. “It was the first time they had finished something together, as brothers.” Says their mom, of their … Continue reading
A couple of years ago my 9-year-old daughter (here at age 10) was goofing around with a relative. The relative used the word retarded, connecting it to Quinnlin. I wasn’t there, so I am not sure if it was “you … Continue reading
Our dog Lucy is having a challenging time. Last Friday we found a large growth on her elbow (do dogs have elbows?) that sort of popped up overnight. We watched it for a day and on Sunday I decided to … Continue reading