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I’m at the CVS pharmacy where I’ve just placed my prescription refill order. While I wait I start browsing the magazines in the news stand. I lightly touch the magazines with the grand food recipes that are beyond my capability at this point: simple spring salads, easter ham, easy spring slow cooker suppers. 994 more words


Remembering Bugles

Today I ate too many Bugles, the corn chip snack, not the instrument. Yesterday I was flitting through the grocery store on a quest for eggs when a sighting of Bugles stopped me in my tracks. 341 more words



There’s more to me than meets the eye. In actual fact, there are five me’s! Sound confusing? It is for me too…..You are on the outside, looking in. 515 more words

My Daughter, the Cat

A common phenomenon among kids who have been sexually abused is enuresis, bed-wetting or daytime accidents, particularly in young kids.  Cathy began having daytime accidents the first couple of days she was with us.   631 more words


At a Crossroad

Please say a warm hello to first-time contributor Annie, a woman who has battled depression, major anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder and dissociative disorder. 57 more words


So What Do I Get for That?

In my first post, I spoke of green cards.  I’ll see if I can explain them without falling too far down any rabbit holes.

When Cathy came to us we were told of her severe abuse, but she had no history of any mental health problems.   563 more words