One of these days, my sons I’ll have to let your hands go When you’ve grown strong and wise And I’ve imparted all that I know … You’ll be amazing men, my sons Greater than all who came before With hearts of flowing liquid fire A faith that stems down from your core … My … More My Sons
Wednesday, July 12, !989 at 12:15 AM, a 22 year old woman, gave birth to her second child and first son. The single survivor of a pair of twins she had never and would never want, me. My mother, Wendie, the narcissist.
I love to walk, and the nicer the weather the longer my walks. Last night I took a very long walk as I couldn’t sleep. And in the middle of it, around 2 am, it rained. And there I was without a jacket. It was one of the most amazing nights I’ve spent in this … More Texas pt. 4
I can’t even believe how much I’ve missed this city, San Antonio. This place is where my heart resides, apart from Hawaii. Mye and I left Houston to a beautiful sunrise, and a nice relaxing drive. After being cooped up in the cold for days with IV’s in my veins I was almost desperate to … More Texas pt. 3
It has been three days since the last time I remember eating. Mind you this is not intentional or due to lack of food. I simply don’t feel hunger. And when I am distracted, busy or working I have a tendency of forgetting to eat. It isn’t until I’m running on vapors and my body … More Take your time