Instead of “Christmas in July” I am giving thanks in my own “Thanksgiving in July.”
An extra monthly essay where I talk about the very important dogs in my life in an essay I’m calling “The Important Puppy.”
I reflect on balancing the somewhat selfish act of memoir writing with being a responsible citizen of this very chaotic world.
Reflections on the global pandemic of COVID-19 from my perspective as a survivor of trauma (in my case, a severe Traumatic Brain Injury/TBI).
Sometimes my injured brain acts totally different than before my Traumatic Brain Injury and other times I feel like those default settings appear. Here’s an essay about such a phenomenon.
An essay where I frankly discuss being in good cheer during the holidays after you’ve survived tragedy.
An essay where I talk about how my severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) has left me with severely diminished hearing and distorted hearing that makes it seem like I have a horror movie INSIDE my head. Creepy!