Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Survival Guide for Stressful Nights

Here it is guys...

What you have all been waiting for....

Anyone still with me?

My survival guide for a stressful night:

A great book

~Right now I am reading "Breakthrough Parenting for Special Needs" on the Kindle

Chocolate decadence

~~oh yeah that is a healthy slice of Turtle Cheesecake

A fabulous pedicure

~~Girly and ready for Spring

And a great friend to listen to you vent

~~Love you Janie!!

Now, a good glass of wine goes a long way, but not tonight. 

How do you de-stress?

1 comment:

  1. I don’t want people to feel sorry for me, that’s not why I am writing this post. My child six years ago, was born with Bi-lateral closed lip schizepcephaly, which is even more unique than the regular cases. Due to this disability, she also developed Cerebral Palsy affecting the left side of her body. We’ve learned the part of her brain which has been affected has also impaired her ability to reason. We’ve been lucky so far though it affects everyone differently and she had been on the very mild side of everything. Another thing we had to dealt with much are seizures. She was highly prone to having one or multiples and we’ve seemed to look out with some petite mals when she was younger and they occurred in her sleep more than any other time.
    Luckily, everything seemed to be okay after she took an Herbal Medicine. I wish I could say that’s the end of it because she havn't had any symptoms since then.
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