It Was a Very Good Week
Published on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 by Katherine
“But is an anomalous right coronary artery hereditary?” “Could my other children have an anomalous RCA?” “What do you know about anomalous right coronary arteries running in the family?”
I was beginning to sound like a broken record. Yet no one had an answer for me. Between ...
Photo Challenge: Inside!
Published on Sunday, January 31, 2016 by Katherine
This photo challenge "Inside" was one of my first steps at living a "real life" again after our horrible December. I was happy to take out my camera once more and look forward to seeing what everyone else has posted!
Today my daughter and I took her friend on a hiking adventure. I bro...
Our Weeping Pyro Pet
Published on Sunday, January 24, 2016 by Katherine
My daughter had a few friends she wanted to send presents to this Christmas. I told her to pick some things out and put them in my Amazon cart. When I looked at what she chose I was intrigued.
“Honey, where did you find such a neat thing?”
She had picked out candles called “Pyro Pe...
What’s On Your Cell Phone?
Published on Sunday, January 17, 2016 by Katherine
I'm still at a point where writing just won't work for me yet. My brain is trying to catch up with the real world world since my son's surgery. In trying to decide on a post, I scrolled through my cell phone pictures for ideas. "What have I been up to? What can I write about?" We...
We Will Move Forward
Published on Sunday, January 3, 2016 by Katherine
This is a screen shot of a picture I shared on Facebook today. I don't think I have ever seen a picture that hit home so profoundly. Above the picture I wrote, "When David was at his worst and I didn't know if he was going to make it, I held on to his hand with everything I had. If I...
Before… and After
Published on Thursday, December 17, 2015 by Katherine
I need to make this post brief. If I begin writing all the details of my last two weeks I believe my eventual meltdown will quickly ensue. And it isn’t quite time for that.
On December 5 at 4:00 a.m. I was woken up in Corolla by a police officer knocking at my door. My 22-year-old hea...
Published on Monday, November 30, 2015 by Katherine
This month's photo challenge theme is "Morning."
When we are in Corolla, my dog wakes me early to go outside. Off season I am often the only one on the beach as far as the eye can see. Mornings on the beach are my peace and my church.
All of my photos for this month were taken on my ...
The Hunt for the Blue Tacoma
Published on Thursday, November 19, 2015 by Katherine
I have been enjoying a life with no car payments while driving my mother’s old minivan. Although I knew the 2002 Sienna wouldn’t last long, I assumed I had plenty of time to find my dream vehicle.
For months I passed the word around to any car lot that would listen. “I want a used D...
The Metropolis in Corolla
Published on Sunday, November 15, 2015 by Katherine
Every few months I like to visit the shipwreck Metropolis in Corolla. As wind and storms come and go she becomes covered, uncovered and covered again.
This weekend was no different, with her ribs a little more covered but other parts newly exposed. This was the first time I have see...
Published on Friday, October 30, 2015 by Katherine
I had fun with this month's photo challenge theme "closeup." I can't wait to see everyone's photos!
This is cactus growing in Corolla. I took a closeup of it on our walk during the flooding.
2. There was fungus among us in Richmond.
3. This tiny frog was about...
I’ll Give You Twenty Bucks If…....
Published on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 by Katherine
It was my oldest son’s birthday when he threw down the challenge. Enjoying our sushi dinner, we noticed a fly zooming around our meal.
My middle son jokingly began to snap at it with his chopsticks. Expecting defeat, my oldest said, “I will give you TWENTY DOLLARS if you can catch tha...
Corolla after Joaquin
Published on Tuesday, October 13, 2015 by Katherine
This weekend I took some photos of the flooding in our Corolla Ocean Sands neighborhood. These pictures were taken a week after all the rain preceding Hurricane Joaquin.
As I was walking I noticed broken pieces of wood at the edge of the dunes. Then I realized they were from the sand ...