I’ve thought the past week about what I could write about after reading a book (in one sitting, unbelievably) about a young child that is living with schizophrenia. I agonized over how I could relate to such an intense story. Then, I read an article published today by Chris Brogan, President of Human Business Works. [...]
Mary Ellen Snider Finch was (and, truly, always will be) my grandmother. My mother remembers her as a strong, fair and patient woman. I remember her being all of that but then I also remember her smile, Thanksgivings and Christmases with both of my grandparents and that Grandma Mary would eat a bologna sandwich and [...]
I’ve been called a “social butterfly” on more than one occasion since I was a little girl and, while this quality has been an asset in so many situations over the past couple of decades, I have realized since moving to New Jersey that it’s not as easy to make friends as an adult when you have to begin anew.
M had her first follow up appointment with the surgeon’s PA this past Thursday. She had her bandage taken off, and everything looked great! The incisions have been healing nicely, and there is new bone growth documented on the x-ray. We were able to take home copies of the x-ray, too. Next appointment is for [...]