dark hours

I hit a big freaking wall yesterday. It wasn’t a slight fender-bender. No. It was a full-contact, crash-test-dummy-ejecting fiasco. For half a second as I was flying through the air, I felt a brief embodiment of joy as the last bit of my sanity was stripped away from my soul – which in my mind […]

Making headlines

I do spend a lot of time on the computer, so I’m no stranger to the trending sensation of sensationalism. I just saw a headline a few minutes ago that said, “What the mechanic did to this woman’s car left her in tears.” Well, we’re expecting some horrible story about how this evil mechanic left […]

A gift of hope

This has been a most trying week for your good friend, Sarah. (Oh no, there she goes referring to herself in third person again – a sure sign that she’s lost her mind.) We’ve had insurance issues that cannot get resolved, life issues that keep mounting, and, of course, the “usual” rigor of putting Ben […]

Last week, my beautiful daughter started middle school. I wrote her a letter in hopes of giving her a little extra support during these tumultuous years. My darling Madeline, Today is your first day of middle school! What an adventure! I remember my first day of middle school like it was 36 years ago – […]

I’m not really a b*tch, I just play one in your life.

I have a BIG apology to make. The Southwest Airlines counter at Denver International Airport got a giant taste of crazy on Sunday thanks to my multi-car emotional pile-up. Thankfully, there weren’t any casualties, but my insurance rates are definitely going to go up. Here’s what went down: As many of you know, I’m upset […]