GARRY’S COCHLEAR IMPLANT IS TODAY – Marilyn Armstrong

By the time you read this, we will be at the hospital and quite probably surgery will be underway or even finished. I guess it depends on what time zone you're in. This is exciting stuff. Nervous-making, too. It will be at least 5 weeks until he is out of bandages and fitted with all … Continue reading GARRY’S COCHLEAR IMPLANT IS TODAY – Marilyn Armstrong

WAITING FOR THE STORY TO CONTINUE

When Words Lost Meaning, Rich Paschall If there was anything Harry did not need, it was more disappointment.  He'd had a lifetime of disappointments, but it seemed he was in for another.  Mistreated and mislabeled, he was now also abandoned.  Unintentionally abandoned, but for Harry, alone was alone. Harry came into the world with great … Continue reading WAITING FOR THE STORY TO CONTINUE

THE TINY WORMS IN THE FRIDGE – Marilyn Armstrong

My house was neat enough if you didn't look too closely. You could walk into it without falling over a pile of dirty clothing (that was all in the basement -- another story entirely) and the dogs and cats were  (usually) housebroken. I couldn't say the same for my toddler or my friends. Overall, the … Continue reading THE TINY WORMS IN THE FRIDGE – Marilyn Armstrong