I started this blog because I’ve always enjoyed writing. I can’t remember a time I didn’t have a diary or journal.

UPDATE: I took a lot of time off from this blog and I think it’s time to give it some attention.

*Momming *Writing *Emotional and Mental Abuse Survivor * Bully Survivor *Living With Anxiety, Depression and a Panic Disorder *Traveling *Engaged to my Bear *Roadtripoholic *I love food. *I love mini-golf. *I love my Bear *I Love My Daughter *We live with my anxiety, and survive it together by making each other laugh.

I’m sure I’ll polish up this ABOUT section at some point.

The meaning behind humorous to heinous: Because that’s life, it’s always gonna be funny/not funny. Also refer to Erma Bombeck quote.

“There is a thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humor and hurt.” ~ Erma Bombeck – AMEN

Another great quote by her: “If you can’t make it better, laugh at it.”

P.S. Hope you like sarcasm


4 thoughts on “About

    • Well, you know, it’s either laugh or cry sometimes, and I would rather laugh. I find when dealing with an upsetting emotion or when generally just irritated if you let go of the emotion, either through talking, or writing it out, lets even say in a rant, that humor will ninja its way in there somehow. This may not be true for everyone of course, but I seek out humor no matter how sad or angry I am. For example: My family recently got over a heinous stomach flu, but we were able to better deal with it finding the humor, and making each other laugh. I also don’t always have to “rant” to find humor, but that’s what some of my blog posts turn into.

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