Posted 1 week ago
Posted 1 week ago

God, I hope the BC teachers vote to accept the settlement today. For good luck I saved Wednesday’s necktie for Thursday this week.

Posted 1 week ago

Word of the Day

obscure-etymology:

Driddle, /dri’dl/ - To waste time and strength to little purpose. To wander about aimlessly; play unskillfully, as on the violin. 

       Source: Webster’s Unabridged New Twentieth Century Dictionary, 1956

Yep.

Posted 1 week ago

dementia-by-day:

This looks like a normal desk, but it’s a new Life Skills Station at work for our residents with dementia. Many of them tell us that they “have to go to work,” so this gives them a great outlet. We have one resident in particular who likes to plan “events” for us, so I’ll usually get her involved making notes on the desk calendar. I just set up the computer today after buying it at a Hospice Store. I’m really excited to see what new, interesting moments the computer brings with it.

Posted 2 weeks ago
You are a ghost, driving a meat-covered skeleton, made of stardust… but you are afraid of spiders?!?
Logan
(age 11)
Posted 2 weeks ago

I would wear you today, Tigger, but like you I have ADHD and so I have forgotten every day this week to go to the cleaners and pick up my shirts.

Posted 3 weeks ago

In praise of SLP.

Posted 3 weeks ago

Word of the Day

obscure-etymology:

Kyriolexy, /kī’re’o-lexē/ - Expression in plain as opposed to figurative language.

       Source: Webster’s Unabridged New Twentieth Century Dictionary, 1956

Posted 4 weeks ago
You must love in such a way that the person you love feels free.
 Thích Nhất Hạnh (via purplebuddhaproject)

My love is a gift. If you have to earn it, then it no longer is a gift.

Posted 4 weeks ago