Tag: family

  • The Birth Hour(s)

    Prologue: I started getting baby fever about six months after I met my husband. He was finishing up grad school and I had been considering if I wanted to stay in the area or join a cruise line. I move around a lot. I can’t even tell you how many times I moved since my […]


  • Mischief Managed

    Started playing the sims years ago…to see my huge house see the photo below. Just gave away my purple pickup truck and old dream house to Stephen Hawking, gotta reach level 54 or send myself back to work. Ok so I’ll add a photo later gotta get my schedule worked out. Plus that’s copyrighted stuff […]

  • The Gift of Fear

    Although healthcare for the majority of those feeling overwhelmed is well done, asylums still exist and the act of locking innocent people in a prison is atrocious worldwide.  I started getting admitted to asylums between seventh and eight grade. It’s better than before but people should not have to wait for days just to take […]


    “I think people are very easily persuaded by the beliefs of those they love most” x Davina—–>

  • Fake News

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Certified Organic Bakery Opens in Local College Town DAYTON, Ohio Nov. 15 – Daria Hawkins co-owner of BumBleBee Bakery (also known as 3 Bees) comes from an experienced background in New York. While working as executive pastry chef at the River Café, “I started doing a side business, with wedding cakes and […]

  • Hospital Pack List

  • Ancestors

    It seems ancient to believe our ancestors are up there somewhere watching out for us, but then again no more ancient than God or a higher being. Personally, whenever I’ve prayed to God he hasn’t been available. Jesus is nowhere to be found. However, when I thought of a Grandfather who recently passed he got […]

  • Slow Down

    I worry about the world. We are plagued by disease. We leave old cities abandoned. Our cars pump fumes out every day that are breathed into our lungs. People work until they have nothing left of themselves. No matter who you are it is impossible to avoid any of this. Every day scientists are working […]

  • Continued Trip Details

    It’s taken me way more time to get back to writing about my trip. If you care to know, here’s my attempt to fill you in. Saturday: I wake up and my hair is a mess because I didn’t blow dry it last night. I read some of Ellen’s book and neatly fold my clothes […]

  • Highlights

    I’m on the return flight home from Boston…Yay! Or not, I would have stayed if I didn’t have to work tomorrow. This is going to be a very exciting post. Why? Because you may not have realized, but I’m typing this in the plane, hence the first sentence I wrote. So you probably did notice […]