Last Time

We just sent Ryan to bed- he has to be at the hospital at 6am for his surgery tomorrow.  He wanted to wear his eyeball leggings, this kid, I tell you.  Such a trooper.  I took a quick picture of him before tucking him in, and I’m not going to lie- it’s killing me to […]

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Happy Mother’s Day!

As I hear about unhappy ladies everywhere, not amused with their husband’s lack of acknowledgement of them on Mother’s Day, I’m reminded again how amazing Aaron is to me.  We might not do traditional gifts, or go all out with our holidays, but he never fails to make me feel loved and appreciated.  He knows […]

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Quick Ryan Update

We’ll find out at some point today what time exactly, but Ryan’s enucleation is scheduled for Monday morning.  It’s an outpatient procedure, so he should be home that night.  They said it will only take an hour – an hour and a half.  He’s more upset that he doesn’t get to pack a suitcase to […]

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Day 1 of Becoming a Girl

Today I tried a handful of samples that I received, but I’d primarily like to discuss one in particular.  I’ve been using the same face wash since high school- Clinique’s Rinse-Off Foaming Cleanser.  I’ve tried several others and always felt that I felt greasy afterwards, or just not clean, so I stuck to paying $20 […]

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Ryan Update # One Zillion

So Ryan. After waiting what feels like FIVE EVER for the doctor in Philly to call back about the MRI results that were sent to her, we finally just went to see the local doctor again for some more testing and information.  He is still leaning towards enucleation, and explained all the procedures he’d have […]

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Another Adventure

No, we’re not moving again! Since retiring from the USMC, we are totally content here in Charleston.  This little adventure is for me alone.  I don’t know how long some of you have known me, but years ago, before the twins were even born, I had a little tie dye/cloth diaper/etc shop.  Sometimes I’d make […]

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