Are you aware that there are two things that know all your thoughts? Yes, two. Continue reading “2 Things That Know All Your Thoughts”
‘Push’ – The last word from my last post. (1*)
Yes, it may only have four letters, but is can sure sound like it has six, eight, twelve, fifteen, or even more. When would that be? When someone is helping a women who’s close to delivering a baby by saying “PUUUUUUUUUUSH ! “ Continue reading “Ready or Not . . . Now a Mom”
Have you ever cried the first time you heard a song, or as that saying goes ‘balled your head off’? I sure have. One certain song called Because You Loved Me, by Celine Dion, sure did that to me. Still to this day it dampens my eyes.
“Okay, the doors now shut. I’m home. I’m pregnant. Now what,” I, the most nervous nineteen year old in the world, asked myself. I walked into my home, having found out a few hours before that I was pregnant. There I was, facing the fact I had to tell my parents.
The first week of each new year gets me thinking of what the future holds. And, it also gets me thinking of what’s taken place in the past, specifically during the first week of January in 1991.
The next part of my encephalitis illness story fits perfectly right now being this new year of 2018 recently began. Why? Because it was during the first week of January in 1991 that I left my eighteen-day stay at Highline Community Hospital. (1*) Continue reading “That Unforgettable Drive”