Freezin’ for a reason

Fun fact: While in England a year and a half ago, Ashley and I went to the traveling Titanic exhibit at the O2. Towards the end of the exhibits – right before you found out if the passenger you’d been “experiencing” the thing as lived or died – was a big ol’ slab of ice.Continue reading “Freezin’ for a reason”

A Week Away

One week from today is the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. I am disappointed in myself as we head into the event because I haven’t done even a hundredth of what I did last year, when we raised more than $2,000 for the cause and I was telling you about it pretty much every time theContinue reading “A Week Away”

It’s like I’m psychic

I know what you’re probably thinking right now: “I wish I still had time to donate to the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.” If only there were a way….. OH WAIT. There is. On account of there are three more days before the event and every little bit helps. And here’s who you’re helping. On Saturday,Continue reading “It’s like I’m psychic”

Wait, how many elephants?

I can’t really imagine what it must be like to not have a huge family. Like, five or more sets of aunts and uncles and 30+ cousins. There are a lot of us, and I love it. A few years ago, in lieu of a specified official T-shirt type family reunion, we had everyone downContinue reading “Wait, how many elephants?”

Wherein I kinda/sorta ask you for money

My first what I guess you’d call experience with Alzheimer’s disease/dementia was when I was a freshman in high school. I remember exactly where I was when I heard about it – over by the concession stand at my high school’s football field after a half-time band performance. One of my friends at the time,Continue reading “Wherein I kinda/sorta ask you for money”