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About this blog

This is my outlet. Things that should be said that aren't, feelings I can only write and never verbalize; and of course, the laughter, much laughter, over the impossible.

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Hard to Explain

This is a letter I found that I'm not even sure if I sent to a friend of mine on a writing website.   Hey friend,   I'm about to type some things and I'm not completely sure why and I definitely don't want to burden you or make you feel awkward but honestly I'm at a loss.   Have you ever had something happen in your life that you couldn't talk about to those around you because it was too real with so many layers, but you still needed to get it out? So I tried blogging it, but besides the f

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100 things about me..What a treat, huh? Lol

100 Things About Me 1. My name is Audra. 2. I was named after a character on the television show The Bug Valley. 3. I have an older sister, named Amy, and an older brother, named Will. 4. I have a 19 year old son, Reese. 5. I am married to the love of my life, Bruce. 6. We attended kindergarten through high school graduation together, but only married 8 months ago. 7. I am 47. 8. My birthday is February 8, 1969. 9. I am a middle school and high school teacher. This year I was teaching 8

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Nightmares vs. Insominia. There is no real winner in this battle.

To say I'm tired is more of an understatement than saying the hulk is slightly larger than Denace the menace.   If I sleep, I have reoccurring nightmares of losing my husband. They are not always the same but the theme is. I awake finally gasping for air, crying, and with my whole being filled with terror. I lay the rest of the night listening to Bruce's breathing as he sleeps soundly.   It is a never ending cycle. I will be unable to go to sleep some nights for fear of my dreams. And trust

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Here it is, folks!

How to start? I guess as abruptly and fragmented as this life change arose. My husband had a stroke December 31, 2015. He was 46 years old. I'm not going to go into the details for two reasons. 1. I've discovered that everyone has a story, and often the narrator is the only one listening to it and being affected. 2. Today is my birthday, and I choose not to relive it right now.   I will say that I never thought something so horrible could result in so many wonderful things. I know that sou

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