One Handed

It is a remarkable thing how our bodies adapt for survival.  Our senses can compensate for one another.  I know this, because my mother is a Dr. of Special Education. So, she’s told me.  My brother is half deaf and he reads lips. So, I’ve witnessed how his visual senses compensated for his hearing loss. Caretakers…

Living with Parents

Everyone has been wondering—What’s it like to be back living with the parents again?  And actually not “everyone” is wondering, I tend to exaggerate. My husband and I are living with my parents while he attends Law school.  Just so we are clear: two married couples, a baby, and three dogs. Wishing to move out starts…

Working Hard & Hardly Working

We all complain to some degree over the amount of “hard work” we do, are doing, or have to do.  People attempt the joke, Are you working hard, or hardly working?  And we roll our eyes and think, Original.  We simultaneous do both; we are always working hard, and hardly working.  You say, But, that’s…