I’ve been dreading writing this one. Please try not to be too judgmental. So in this school we didn’t have lockers, just cubby-holes hidden behind curtains in out homeroom classroom. One night at home I was laying on my back in bed, and I saw the face of Jesus looking at me from above. I… Continue reading Oh, god, it’s the face of God
Report cards, and testing time. I know I scored well; in the sixth grade I scored in an eighth grade education level, with ninth grade reading. I know I have mentioned it before, and I will again, it has become an integral part of me: I am not that smart. Common sense, barely. Street smarts,… Continue reading Looking down my nose
Helen was still doing her Army Reserve duties, so once a year she had to go to training for two weeks. One year she got a family to babysit us for the whole time (I have no clue where dad was), this year, camp. I was dreading it just hearing about it. So, off we… Continue reading Summer camp – yay…
So I know I told you I would try to keep this chronological. Well, that’s not happening. I remembered something from San Antonio, and then a story my mom told me from there. The story first; Apparently I scared the heck out of her because we were at the river walk and I ran off,… Continue reading Time loop
I think it’s sad, and scary, how I don’t really remember anything from those two years. What is my mind trying to keep me from seeing?
I don’t know who was watching me, if anyone (I’m sure someone was, I was still only 10), or how this even happened, but my dad met a woman at work and started dating. What?? No! What about my mom? It hadn’t even been a year yet! I think I disliked her before I even… Continue reading Enter the dragon
I remember at some point, my dad had to leave me with my brother, so here we go with “the confusing basics” again: This was my favorite brother! But I didn’t really get to spend time with or get to know the others that well. But technically they were my uncles, so a lot older… Continue reading Another pinprick of light