My Grandmother’s Relationship w/ Dementia: My Grandmother recently passed and I wanted to share this article I wrote back in November 2018 about her relationship w/ dementia. She fought for a good 6 years and now she's in her true form enjoying a new life. I Miss You Granny! "5.7 million American’s are estimated to have... Continue Reading →
Trapped In The Past
Photo by Fredrick Eankels on Pexels.com Being trapped in the past isn’t healthy, they say. Instead we should focus on the present and hope to have a better future. I understand the logic, but I'm not sure I agree. Most of my happier moments in life are all complied in a file, that is my... Continue Reading →
Are You Taking Life For Granted?
Photo by nappy on Pexels.com Having you every stopped to think about if you are taking like for granted? I have and at this moment, this very moment in my life, there’s nothing that I can say I’m truly missing. Stress doesn't exist; Worries of how much or how little money I have in my... Continue Reading →
Death, A Scary But Important Conversation.
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about what would happen if I were to pass away today… Would my family know how to contact my job? Could they log into my financial accounts? Would they know what belongs to my son? When I was younger, death was something I never thought about. To me, I’m... Continue Reading →
I’m Not Sure Where I’ll Be Tomorrow
Photo by Thought Catalog on Pexels.com When I'm asked where do I see myself 5 years from now the inside of me explodes. I get hot, irritated and my nerves are shot. The answer I give is always some speech I've had in my head playing on replay in case anyone happens to ask; an... Continue Reading →