Monthly Archives: August 2018

Spinster spins and grins at Chin 2

Today Brad and I had a little date.  We had a gift certificate to Southern Salads here in Rock Hill, so we tried them out.  We both got salads and were disappointed that the salads weren’t really all that unique or great.  It seems like most people who go to […]

The interpreter, dressed in a white linen top and a blue skirt and blue apron, interacts with Hestia a little before getting a picture with Veronica.

Veronica wearing a red sugar skull dress with Hestia in a purple harness sitting in the back of the room full with conference goers.

Chai’s Choice Vest and NAMI fun 3

Today we had the NAMI South Carolina conference!  I was excited to go, mostly because I wanted to see my friend Laura!  The talks were good, too, but Laura is a good friend and she was the best part of the day. I put Hestia’s new Chai’s Choice harness on […]

Closeup of Veronica's face with her red square glasses and a happy birthday tiara on her head.

Family therapy increases my HP 10

It’s been a rough couple of days.  Ever since Saturday, I’ve really been struggling with a lot of thoughts of self harm and suicide at first, and then later just plain old apathy.  This morning we went to the doctor about a dark spot on my face, and she recommended […]

TRIGGER: avoiding chest pains 3

TRIGGER (for those who don’t know, this means I am about to say some stuff that could potentially make others feel really badly if they are not in a good frame of mind) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 I’ve been having a hard day today.  Bagel […]

Expert witnessing case 5

The case I was expert witnessing for is over and a matter of public record so I can tell people about it now (the lawyer okayed it)!  Yay! It was a hospital access case.  The plaintiff had been denied access to an inpatient program because he had a service dog. […]

Expert Witness in the Big Apple 9

We are on the train home from New York City!  We’ve been here for a little over a week.  I was asked to be an expert witness in a court case, and so that is what brought us to NYC.  Half of our trip was expert witnessing, and half was […]