Life is too short for regrets! We got two sets that match our personalities and I will try to keep up with a posting of the more memorable fridge poetry between Wonder Woman and I.
What do you think?
Is this shirt perfect for me, or what?
Going through things tonight I found a baggie of papers I had never looked at closely.
Parker and I handwrote lots of letters during my multiple psych inpatient stays.
While I never saved cards and don’t have many of them, she apparently saved a bag of folded letters that remind me of stuff from school days, folded in little shapes.
This little note was written on the back of a list of phone numbers of people that we were in the shelter with at the time. So it was the first of my series of breakdowns and inpatient stays, when she was holding both of us together.
Welp, that punched Draven and I both in the feels.
Of course, as I’m typing this… Draven walks out of the bedroom holding the box that Parker currently resides in and turns it back and forth looking at it (Her) and says “Mom, you used to be so heavy”
And, there’s the humor and the light. This is how we survive!