Wax On. Wax Off.

Look at this face. No really. Look at it. Study it. Make a short list of what you see. (Not a long one because I don't want to get into it about my middle aged acne. Just no.) I. Look. Tired. And I was. Because I had just spent an hour releasing toxic chemicals into … Continue reading Wax On. Wax Off.

Preparing for Home Study in 10 Easy Steps:

For my Foster Care and Adoptive Families: Here’s some Foster Care/Adoption humor for the day: How to prepare house for home inspection in 10 easy steps: step #1: 24 hours before arrival, arrange for some children to go to Grandparents for overnight. Step #2: Place all remaining children in front of screen and let them … Continue reading Preparing for Home Study in 10 Easy Steps:

An Explanation and a Declaration.

One of the hardest parts about being adopted is feeling lost. Abandoned. Alone. Rejected. It absolutely does not matter how much love a child receives after loosing a parent in any way, those feelings will persist the rest of that person’s life. It is a battle that is always silently… and in my case, not … Continue reading An Explanation and a Declaration.