Hey! Are you a Super Woman? Me neither!



My two kids and I live with chronic pain from joint hypermobility syndrome. Here is where I share all of our wacky adventures with a dash of wisdom and a shot of vodka. I don’t take myself too seriously, and you shouldn’t either! If you live with chronic illness, have kids, or believe that pain is best managed by laughter, then this is the place for you. I talk about health, being a good enough parent (no helicoptering allowed), my mad skills as a suburban survivalist, and anything else that is rattling around in my drug-addled brain (curse you, Topamax!) You can check out some of my previous ramblings below.

Welcome! I’m glad you are here.



Recent Posts

A Letter to My Daughter

I had to write a letter to The Durable Daughter for a church retreat that she is going on this weekend. In the Unitarian Universalist Church, 13 year olds are in a “Coming of Age” year, which we have deemed a significant milestone, as these kids prepare to transition from middle school to high school. I […]

Guest Post: Patrick Davis

Patrick Davis: Hello everyone. I have been given an amazing opportunity by the wonderfully funny and intelligent host of the page which brings so much awesomeness into our lives. (The Malleable Mom: blush!) We were talking to each other about physical disabilities, and she asked me to write about my experience in dealing with blindness. Owing […]

Products to Help EDS

As a patient with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and a mother of two patients, I have spent the better part of the past several years finding products to help EDS patients like us. Mainly, we need things to help our posture, adaptive equipment, and alternative pain control. Some of the things I have bought have worked […]