Life goes on……

“The thing Margo told me about, is that here now?” “What thing?” “The thing, you like it” “Oh you mean the weekend?” “Yes when does that start? We never had weekends when I grew up in Ohio so this is new” “Yes it starts TODAY!!!”  🙂 So went the conversation between Curt and I this … More Life goes on……

So long 2011

Well I can’t really say 2011  has been good to us…..but I can thank God for many of the blessings we have seen along the journey of living with Alzheimer’s.  There are many good things that have happened this year, and I am choosing to reflect upon them on this New Years Eve!  It is … More So long 2011

Summer Finally and We’re Off on our baseball adventures!

Summer Break, it’s finally here!  It is much needed and anticipated! My last day of school was somewhat emotional……I cried a bit thinking of what a crazy, exhausting school year it’s been.  From finding out on Oct 1st of Curt’s diagnosis, to the decision for him to stop working, to being at school every day … More Summer Finally and We’re Off on our baseball adventures!

He’s 15

SportTman is 15 years old and 6ft. 3in tall!  How did this happen?!!?!  My big teen young man! Well the big 15 year old and I went on a 15 mile bike ride along the C & O Towpath into Washington DC last Monday.  We started in Great Falls, Md and ended in Georgetown just … More He’s 15

Teenagers!

Now that I have a son in high school and a daughter in middle school, I have begun to notice a few signs that I am a true mom of teens. I said to my classroom aide “BRB” (texting talk for be right back) when I had to leave class for a moment to go … More Teenagers!

Aeropostale

My kids are 12 & 14 and today we bought our first item at Aeropostale.  Actually it was the first time we even went in the store. Aeropostale for those of you with out tweens/teens is one of the latest hip, trendy stores to come down the pike.  “All the kids” are wearing Aeropostale.  Except … More Aeropostale