These are the days when National Go Barefoot and National Nail Polish Day fall together and I can totally get behind recognizing these days. As a country girl, I have never loved wearing shoes. I always liked my bare feet. I could walk over hot asphalt, through sticker patches, mud - you name it I … Continue reading National Go Barefoot / Nail Polish Day, Yay!
During the pandemic, I really learned what my smile meant to me. Now, this comes from a girl that is pretty in tune with how my smile makes me feel. I have had lots of emotions based on my smile. When I was little, sometimes people would say something about my gap. In later years … Continue reading What My Smile Means To Me
How old is old? When you look in the mirror and see your mother? Myself next to my Mom Birth to 17- Fear/responsibility/Fear/being a child 18-24- Feelings of Depression/loss/immaturity living like there was no tomorrow/size crippled me to not living 24 – 31- hope for the future/getting my education/falling in love/moving to a new place/losing … Continue reading Let’s Talk (Fat Talk & Age Talk)
“Find a penny and pick it up all day long you will have good luck.” This for me is a line in a movie that led me to remember this saying. Do you know where this line is from? LOL if you guessed Grease then you are correct. Turns out this is a very old … Continue reading A Penny For Your Thoughts
Well, here we are back to talking about exercise. As an infinifat, there are a few tools you absolutely need: a yoga mat, an exercising ball, a sturdy chair, some 5 to 10 lb. weights, stretch bands, and plenty of water when you work out. It is important to have tools that fit your body. … Continue reading Exercise / Posture / Modifications
Today is a very special day. Jeremy’s youngest son Andrew turns 14. I have never had a birth date for my own children so I can’t exactly say how a mother feels on the birthday of their child, but I feel pretty emotional about this day. Andrew is a Rainbow and a pot of gold … Continue reading A Very Special Birthday For A Very Special Boy
I could blame Jeremy for buying me the bunny. I could just be like, well, I ate the entire bunny because you bought it for me - no that would not be right. I chose to eat the entire bunny and therefore the tummy ache was from me! This is National Blame Someone Else Day, … Continue reading Blame Someone Else, or Take Accountability??
Fibromyalgia is still one of those diagnoses that is not highly approved of. Many doctors do not recognize Fibromyalgia as an actual diagnosis. Fibromyalgia is found by a Rheumatologist which can also diagnose you with forms of arthritis. Fibromyalgia IS real and I was diagnosed at the age of 13. By the time I hit … Continue reading My Fibromyalgia Story
Happy Mother’s Day! Yup, today is the day. Mother’s Day means a lot of things to a lot of people. For some, it is a beautiful day of celebration and joy. For others, it is a sad day of empty arms. Mother’s Day is painful to me for many reasons. However, it is also joyful. … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day, Moms!
If you love spooky things, set your calendars for May the 3rd Paranormal Day. Since 2014 people have been sharing their stories and celebrating the unexplainable on May 3rd. I could not miss this opportunity to share some spookiness. I am not one that enjoys being scared, and I have had too many real-life events … Continue reading The Paranormal – Do You Believe?