Month: November 2018

We Are All Burdens

Last week during one of my many scrolls through Facebook I came across an older article shared by a friend that talked about “finding God by welcoming the disabled”. A quote she shared from the article caught my eye and has stuck with me since. “So whether it is the disabled, the unborn, the elderly, Read More

I’m Thankful for Modern Medicine

This week started with a stomach bug at 4:30 a.m. Unfortunately, it continued unabated through most of the day, and when the afflicted’s name is Fulton, that equals a trip to the ER. We struggled with the decision as to which ER to take him to; it was rush hour, do we take him to Read More

How To Buy Gifts For Special Needs Children (+ A Gift Guide)

It’s the time of year when bloggers start gathering all their affiliate links together for epic gift guide posts! You’re guaranteed ideas for parents, children, teens, grandparents and your hair dresser’s dog! You can support small, local, handmade businesses or your favorite international sweat shop! The options are endless!!!! I’d be a fool not to Read More

An Honest Real Estate Ad

For rent: 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, asking (a reasonable sum of money considering we live in NJ) per month Cute bungalow with dark hardwoods through out; great for hiding dark pet fur, and your brunette husband’s beard trimmings. Squeaky floors will deter late night trips to the fridge and promptly wake your sleeping babes for Read More

Happy Feast of All Souls

No Takes this week! Go visit a cemetery and pray for some loved ones instead! Read More