The fight against a virus

By |May 31st, 2016|Family|0 Comments

As we all have seen in the news the zika virus has spread across many states in the US. To my knowledge there has only been a few confirmed positive with the virus. Since the virus itself has varying symptoms and affects on each individual I needed to find a way to try and […]

The fine line between autism and honesty

By |May 30th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

Autism…

A huge broad term with a lot of variations.

I have always wondered if it was just Dusty or do others have the same issues with their autistic child?

Dusty has gotten to the point where he will lie about the simplest of things.  It is odd when you have someone who has the cognitive and […]

How do you preserve something that isn’t there?

By |April 23rd, 2016|Family|0 Comments

 
Over the last 10 plus years or so I have been taking pictures in fear I won’t be able to remember things, even the most miniscule of memories. Unfortunately with a multitude of pictures comes the need for the storage. Luckily as technology has advanced we have gotten better storage capabilities for our quality […]

Out of curiosity

By |April 23rd, 2016|Family|0 Comments

Do you ever see the same number sequences, over and over? I’ve been seeing several different sets of number sequences for a while now and curiosity has got the best of me as to the reason. Maybe it is nothing more than coincidence but what if it has a much higher purpose? In the […]

Wouldn’t have missed it for anything, except maybe Pizza

By |April 13th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

There are those events in our lives and the lives of our children that we see as huge milestones and you would do almost anything to make sure you did not miss it. Well for us one of those events was Kayla’s boot camp graduation.
We are so enormously proud of her and this accomplishment. […]

Time to try a new therapy

By |March 22nd, 2016|Family|0 Comments

For several weeks now I have been waiting on the insurance approvals for this device to be implanted in Dusty in order to hopefully achieve a reduction of his overall seizure activity. Whether it works or not remains to be seen but all the research and people who have used it show at least […]

Forgotten kisses

By |February 17th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

There are a lot of missing pieces of the puzzle of my life.
One particular time, the day I married James. We were sitting here the other night talking about different things as we normally do and then he got on the subject of our wedding day. I remember very little about that day. I remember […]

A Marine and his son, Evan

By |February 2nd, 2016|Family|0 Comments

Check this out… I think this is so cool. We personally know this family so it makes it even cooler 😉

Toro’s Terrorists, What a Marine and his son want to do

Microcephaly, is it what you don’t know what you fear the most?

By |February 1st, 2016|Family|0 Comments

As most may know this has been in the news a lot lately. What some of you may not know is that my son was also born with microcephaly. Yes, I admit when I was young I didn’t know what to expect with my child having this. I opted to give him up for […]

Victims, Abusers, Survivors

By |January 28th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

As a victim of domestic violence there comes a time in that span of abuse that the abused can turn into the abuser. Now with that said, that person isn’t your typical abuser. That person turns into the desperate, feeling of all is lost and will take something extreme to get out of.  I […]

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