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Like Child, Like Mother?

     Usually you hear it the other way around, don't you?       I've recently come to the realization that every time I'm scolding my child, who shall remain nameless and it's probably not who you think it is, I should be scolding myself. I was diagnosed with ADHD in my twenties. Although, back then it was ADD and the doctor promptly wrote a script for Ridalyn. I declined and said I had functioned quite well without and I would continue on as I have. Now, later on in my years, I'm finding it more and more difficult to focus on any one thing. My desk is always a terrible mess. When people talk, I find it hard to listen. Sometimes I go to run an errand and I get to where I'm going and don't remember how I got there because of my daydream, which is extremely problematic. Getting me to prioritize projects and assignments is like pulling teeth. My husband always laughs at the fact that I come up with so many great ideas but hardly ever follow through. Listen, I&

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