Post-pandemic Tia (is it safe to say 'post' yet?) has been surprising me quite a bit. I don't know if it's because I've mentally aged ten years in the past two and a half, having had to deal with the pandemic and all its effects on, not only my mental health but also those of... Continue Reading →
Time has a sneaky way of creeping up on you. Just five years ago, on a sunny Mother's Day, I took to the internet to vent on how neglected, unappreciated and angered I felt and posted my very first TMTA blog post. It was either that or commit murder.Skip ahead to 2022, and not much... Continue Reading →
Smack dab in another insomnia period. So this morning, I wake up around 1 am and immediately know, I'm not going to fall back asleep any time soon. So I go online to do some shopping for when in-person meetings start back. This is my attempt to postpone the inevitable, which is to face the... Continue Reading →
Brain:...O.k., next up, I just want to, once again, draw your attention to the four baskets of laundry waiting to be folded.
Me: Yeah, I saw them. My eyes work just fine. I choose to ignore them for the time being.
Children are a blessing... Children are a gift... Children are a blessing... Children are a gift... Children are a pain in my...blessing... Children are a gift... ... This is my mantra until I calm down. Just dumped Thing 2 at daycare after he threw a defcon level 1 fit. Why? He wanted to wear his... Continue Reading →