Near Normalcy, and staying there one Zoloft at a time.
I'm a mom and a writer. Chronically amused, clinically depressed. Some of these things may be related.
I blog about motherhood, depression, and the general absurdities of life. Depression isn't funny; life is funny, and life should be funny, even when you're depressed. Especially when you're depressed. If anybody needs a good laugh, it's us....more
Untitled is the place where I rant, ruminate, and explore my reactions to the world and myself. I am in the process of re-discovering my self; specifically, I am learning to know what I WANT as opposed to what I think I should do.
Neighborhood Nomad is a study of our homes, our neighborhoods, and the power of physical places in a virtual world. The author explores what makes a place feel like home and why people live where they do as she returns to each of her many hometowns....more
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I was never a particularly athletic kid. My nose was usually stuck in a book. But I had a fascination with the runners and triathletes that I would sometimes watch on TV. I remember watching an Ironman race on NBC and thinking how amazing those people were and dreaming of being one of them. In the past few years I have realized that I will never be an elite athlete, but it does not mean that I can't train to participate in triathlons, marathons, and other races. You don't have to be fast....more