October 22 is about when we crossed the border into Canada. November 1 is when we took possession of our rental home.November 5, the children started school. November 24, the moving van arrived. December 10, made payment on the Permanent Resident application. The web site said 53 day processing time. I’m still waiting for PR … Continue reading The Ice Storm
I subscribed to a course on dailyom.com called “healing yourself through writing.” For the first lesson, we received exercises for re-imagining your past. It’s so painful. There was the discomfort of choosing a format–journal or blog? Walking around, I pick up a journal, put down a journal, have several journals going, then can’t find the … Continue reading Rewriting history, my story
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Disorganized. We all made it to the bus in a rather timely, organized fashion. But it always seems I am trying to cram more things in than I can do, and the judge tells me I should be able to do it better. Judge, you’re dismissed! Innovative. I went to yoga at 9:30. But it … Continue reading ADHD Day
Home : My Courses : Heal Yourself with Writing : Lesson 1: Re-visioning Your Life Many times I’ve regretted overpowering my children–like the time when Jack wrote on the walls as a toddler. I responded with fierce anger, quite consciously, because I wanted to teach him a lesson. I made him clean it up, making a great display of my anger, … Continue reading old me / new me