Vermont Looks Good on Her

The weather is weird. We've gotten a total of mayyyybe 1 inch of snow in SW Connecticut over the last few months. It's WEIRD. This weekend we decided we needed snow and space, vistas, mountains, and adventure. I love hiking in the Hudson Valley near where we live but I realized recently that I really… Continue reading Vermont Looks Good on Her

A Weekend in Portland, Maine

We moved to Portland! Well, at least for the month of August. We made it in late Friday night after the actual most dramatic afternoon of trying to capture the bears. 5 hours of pure, unadulterated torture, complete with fire and urine. Story to come. After sleeping in on Saturday, we decided to go out… Continue reading A Weekend in Portland, Maine

Scenes from a Christmas in Manhattan

When we looked at the forecast we realized we needed to wear ALL of our clothes.  We had this fantasy that we were going to wander up 5th Avenue, looking at the holiday window displays, with a hot chocolate in our hands.  But the reality is that our hands were too cold to take out… Continue reading Scenes from a Christmas in Manhattan

My Word of the Year

Last Year 2017 was a year of adventure and abundant creativity, but also one of intense anger, confusion, and betrayal.  My New Year's Resolution was to reduce food waste and hell if that didn't fade out of view by the second grocery shopping trip of January. And then narcolepsy. I tried to fight against my… Continue reading My Word of the Year

On Hallucinations

“A hallucination is a fact not an error; what is erroneous is a judgment based upon it.” -Bertrand Russell #tbt to #Cologne in May. I was rounding out my first month on Xyrem and experiencing (relatively) dreamless, restorative sleep for the first time in my life. The hallucinations only started disappearing more recently. Before diagnosis… Continue reading On Hallucinations