Saturday, December 7, 2019

Random Tid Bits

  1. Before I left for Jury Duty I got all the rest of the semester completed. I will have grading to do, but tests are written, lectures are prepared for, all that kind of work is done!

  2. I can't keep up with Mica's pant size. He came out looking so odd, with tight/short pants. Go figure he he was up a few sizes in length and width. I bought him a few pairs of Urban Outfitters, brought them home and Travis said they were the same size that he wears. It's a good thing they like different brands, so I can tell them apart.

    I took Mica to Tractor Supply to look and see if they have worms for Sunny, our Gecko. Turns out they don't have live worms, but they did have canvas pants that looked good on Mica, for $9.99. Do you have a Tractor Supply store where you live?

  3. Mica was looking for tortilla shells, for a taco. He came out in the living room and said, "I can't find any normal ones. All I can find is these small ones." We all three looked at him and said, "Mica those are pancakes." That kid cracks me up weekly.

  4. This meme cracked me up more than others I've seen lately:

  5. I feel like I have 100s of things to do, and zero time to do them. 

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Court Trial

I've only seen trials on TV. Showing up, and being part of one was new to me. 

It's lots of sitting, listening, not talking, and not sharing. 

I did find it funny when I went to the bathroom, and a lady was in there talking to herself. She came out of the stall, apologized for talking to herself. I said, "Hey we all talk to ourselves from time to time. No worries." She replied, "I'm just so worried about my urine. I'm in trial over a drug charge. They said I diluted my urine, but I didn't." I replied back with, "Oh well maybe you just drank a lot of water." She said, "No." I said, "I'm not sure." Thinking, You look a bit strung out to me. You sure you didn't dilute your pee?!

Now that my civil trial is over I can share.

They told us not to look anything up, while the trial was going on. Now that it's over, I can't even find anything about my trial online at all. Poof nothing!

First off I'm not about to spill the beans, and names too. I'm just spilling the beans only.

A man was shot (wrong place at the wrong time) in 1979. He remained a paraplegic. His wife was/is his primary caregiver. She was told by the VA to take a 30 day vacation. She sent her husband to stay at a healthcare center.

The VA checked him out, he was in good health. He had a history of urinary tract infections, but hadn't had one for 3 years that we knew of record wise. He needed a condom catheters, which is a catheter that goes on like a condom, and has a bag at the end to collect the urine. It's the least invasive catheters.

Condom catheters only have to be changed every 4 to 5 days. The healthcare center changed it every 2. He got a scratch on his penis, that changed into a bigger wound. They claimed he wanted a foley catheter. He said he never asked for that.

The order was called in to the VA doc to get him a foley catheter. He got a massive UTI, which turned sepsis. He had to go to a hospital, and it cost him $35,000.

He was suing the healthcare center for the medical bills, pain and suffering. He claimed it was the healthcare center that was at fault, for giving him the scratch, turned into a wound. He never wanted the foley catheter. It all lead to the UTI.

The healthcare center said his memory wasn't right. They were just following what he wanted, and what the doctor ordered.

In the deliberation room:

The healthcare center and VA had horrible records! The healthcare center said one day he had the condom catheter, the next day the folly and the next day he was back to the condom catheter. Say what?! The VA doctor didn't even have him on antibiotics. Say what!? With the scratch/wound in the penis + being at risk for UTIs I would have had him on those right away! He could have gotten a staph infection on that wound. Yes he was out of it memory wise, he was sick with a UTI that went sepsis!

There were errors with his care all around. BUT the nurses at the healthcare center were acting on orders from the doctor at the VA. He went to a different hospital, not under the VA because that's where the ambulance decided to take him.

He was suing the healthcare center, for the catheter they put in causing his infection. We as jurors couldn't find them guilty. They were only guilty for not seeing him enough, and taking crappy records.

A needy guy lost. It sucked. BUT it was what it was. Moral of the story, take good records! 

Court Jury Process

I've been on crazy mode trying to get things done. I have all my holiday decor up, all my cookies made (which is a lot!), presents wrapped for my nephews, and gifts bought for my children. I've been pushing Mica to nail out his Science Fair Project. Mica has been stubborn about that one. I just NEED to work on my holiday card in a big way.

I've been freaking out about Monday (Possible Jury Duty), for a good month. I just feared trying to find parking downtown. Crazy that I grew up here, and feared that. Maybe it's all the one way streets. I found out my Mom is the same way. Maybe I get it from her.

Travis was hoping I'd get Jury Duty. He wanted me to wear my big girl panties, and get my ass downtown. Well I called Sunday night, listened to the Juror numbers 3 times, and swore mine didn't need to show. Travis said, "Umm yes you need to show." Not only was I direction incompetent, but I was dyslexic with my numbers too. Nothing new there. Maybe directions and numbers go hand in hand.

Just so everyone knows, I tested positive for a learning disability in college. I never had a name attached to that disability. I've always found my way, somehow. Anxiety does happen from time to time, when things are weak in my mind. I get through.

Off I went downtown. Get's mostly straight, but it feels like I turn and twist all over the place because the streets merge into other streets. Much of the way wasn't narrow straight, but I only turned twice and once was right by my house.

I never got lost, and parking wasn't so bad.

I pay attention to everything!

Except when it comes to directions. 

When I got there I had to go to the bathroom, so bad. I drink like crazy in the morning. Guess what? A couple was getting married in the hallway, right in front of the bathrooms. Who gets married at 8 in the morning right by the courthouse bathrooms? 

I was one of the first to check in. No one sat by each other, but the room was full of people. It was so odd. You could hear a pen drop in there.

They told us on our forms to dress business casual, but there were lots of people in ball caps and t shirts. 

One guy showed up with 2 very small children.

My Odds:

There were 2 trials going on. They only needed 12 x 2 = 24 Jurors. There was well over 200 people there. Everyone was divided into 2 groups. Then between the 2 groups the selection process began. 

We entered the court room. Again I pay attention to everything. A guy was told to take his hat off. Two girls were not. Odd!

I'm thinking, There's a lot of people, maybe I won't get picked! They called off, "Alesa Apell", which I knew meant "Alissa Apel" rhymes with Melissa Maple. 

18 people were called up.

They asked a ton of questions. The one I had to explain the most was, "Do you know anyone that has had to advocate, for someone?" My nephew Emerson has to be advocated for all the time. I had to explain a lot about him. That was a big deal because the case was, for a guy that had to be advocated for.

They kicked off 6. 2 were nurses. The case involved nurses. 1 was a lawyer that defended cases like that. 1 worked for a law firm. 1 just had a surgery, and couldn't sit still. 1 was just trying to make his way back into the world after being homeless. I stayed.

Every time I was in the courtroom I thought about one of the Jurors getting the hiccups up there. Not able to control themselves. 


We were told to listen to the facts, not to talk to each other about the case, not to talk to outside sources about the case, and not to have empathy for each party. The empathy part was the hardest. Second hardest was I didn't know how much we could or couldn't talk to the other jurors. Apparently they didn't know either. The room typically got very quiet on our breaks. So much so, that the water bubbler was extremely loud when someone was getting a drink. You could hear when someone was peeing. When we had to buzz in that we were all there, ready to go back in after a break I swear it felt like we waited an eternity for them to show us into the courtroom. It felt like we were inside an escape room, and may not find our way out.

Friday, November 29, 2019

Random Tid Bits

  1. I've been tired, since Daylight Savings Time hit! Lights out early, so is my brain power. I've even bumped up my Vitamin D3.

  2. Isaak's been put in 2 groups at school. One group doesn't seem like they'll listen to him. The other group had one sleeper and another one that left the group to go do what they wanted. He's pretty frustrated. I don't blame him. While it's important to learn to work with people, middle school is a rough time even without being in groups.

    I was in a group in middle school where boys were violating my space. One put his pencil on my chair and said, "Sit and spin!" Then he kept putting his hand on my upper leg. You could say I hated groups at that moment! BUT I asked the teacher if I could switch, and said the boys were doing things to me that wasn't acceptable. He didn't ask questions, he let me switch groups. I got in a group with one of my best friends at the time. We're still friends. It was a negative situation that turned positive.

  3. Mr. Sunny is now pooping regularly. YAY! Not Vet follow-up.

    We actually have seen him grow. His tail is thickening up. Such a good thing! The Vet said his tail was too thin. His diet has expanded. He used to only eat 2 small mealworms every other day. Now he eats 1 superworm, and 2 small mealworms, or 1 cricket, and 2 small mealworms. We're attempting to breed mealworms and superworms. He could eat roaches, but after a fun back prick allergy test I know that's something I'm allergic too.

  4. I had a student that came to me and said, "I'm sorry I wasn't in class. I had a reaction to a med I was taking." I asked, "Can I ask what med you had problems with?" She said, "Well I had an allergy flair up, so I took Claritin D, an Equate Allergy, a Zyrtec, and a Montelukast. No one could wake me up."

    If you know anything about allergy meds, she basically took 3 of a similar med; overdosing! Montelukast is the generic of Singular. It's, it's own bird. Basically it's primarily for Asthma. The rest of what she took are all the same type of drug!

    I don't worry about drugs with students as much as I do with them mixing drugs! I hear all the time about them being on an anti depressant, and drinking on top of that. Not good!

  5. It might not stay this way, but as of right now Isaak has higher grades than Mica. Mica found out he had all A's mid way through. I think that went to his head. 

Monday, November 25, 2019

Bluetooth Shower #speaker by AncordWorks Review

Make it an AncordWorks Christmas. They have different selections of bluetooth speakers. I think these make excellent gifts, for tweens or teens. Most of them have some kind of device like a Smart Phone, a Kindle, an iPad, and so on.

This time I got a round speaker to review:

Mica and Isaak both love their AncordWorks speakers. They use them in the bathroom, when they are taking a shower, in their rooms, in the kitchen when they are helping me, and outside when they are helping their Dad.

These Speakers Can be Used Around Water!

I wouldn't suggest using any electronic item in water, but this speaker can be used around it.

Want to go to the pool, the beach, perhaps a river? You can have this speaker on the side.

Want to listen to tunes in the shower? It comes with a suction cup to attach it to a shower door, wall, or you could just set it up on a shelf if you have one.

Carry it With You:

I like that it has a handle on the top. It's also great that it's fairly small, but puts out a lot of sound. It's 2.91 inches tall and wide. I think Mica could take this with him on his Chicago trip, and it would fit great in his suitcase. 

Durable Buttons:

When I got my first AncordWorks speaker to review I was impressed that the buttons are silicon. Even the port that it has, has a silicone cover. This speaker is the same as their others. 


I got the green color to review. It's an olive green. They say on the box that it comes in black and an orangeish brown. I don't see the color options on their Amazon link. Amazon often tells you where to get other products. I don't see the different colors there either. I do have a complaint, I'd like to see the color options when one goes to purchase this speaker.

Where to Get it:

You can pick up this speaker, all it's accessories and manual on Amazon for $18.07. It's on Prime, so free shipping if you're a member. It comes with a 12 month warranty. I don't know that we'll need it.

What is one gift that you bought this year to give to a teen or tween?

Disclaimer: I got this product to review. All opinions are my own. The company did not tell me what to write. 

Friday, November 22, 2019

Random Tid Bits

  1. I've had not 1 but 2 companies lately say that I'd get something to review, and to send over my address. Then I never heard from them again. Has this happened to anyone else? I didn't say anything bad, I just sent over my address like they asked. That's like a winner not getting a prize that they spent time entering. 

  2. I belong to this app called Nextdoor.

    This lady (we'll call her Cally - not her real name) put out a thank you for people getting her groceries and helping her out, when she asked for it.

    I was curious to see if I knew her or any of her friends, so I copied and pasted her name into FB. It was the same person on both. She has a dent in her forehead like she was shot, or got something removed and stitched up. She has the same star tattoos on her chest.

    On her FB page someone posted, "Cally has moved on to the next life and we (her family) would like people to stop messaging her. Her phone is on so we can hear her voice, but please leave her and us to rest."

    Now I'm wondering if there is a true mystery there. Is this girl dead to her family? Was she running from something, and that's why she needed help? My mind won't escape this drama.

  3. Has anyone else out there watched Man in the High Castle - the final season?

    I love that show, so much! I put the book on reserve at the library, for Mica. Let's hope he reads it. He's mostly into watching videos on his phone, and laughing.

  4. Mica fell at recess. Side note: How great is it that he has recess? Isaak doesn't at his school. Well he has Walking Club if he gets done with lunch fast enough. He never does with brushing the food out of his braces. Back to Mica falling...He did something like this: He went to step up, there was no step, so he lunged into a metal step with his ribs, flipped, and landed on his knees.

    He knocked the wind out of himself, so he couldn't breathe, or talk at first. Everyone gathered around. He went to the nurse's office. There she told him he bruised his ribs. We were never called. How odd, I thought that was protocol now a days.

    We weren't planning on keeping him home the next day, but we did when he fell again in his room.

    My Mom made me feel so guilty about leaving him home alone, and not taking him in. He's just uber sore! This is the same lady that sent my sister to school when she had an Appendix that needed to come out, and when she had the Chicken Pox after I just had them. She said they were moles. Moles that grew overnight. So if Mica gets worse it's on me. Ha!

  5. I really wish the lady that helped us get an HSA account knew more to tell us. She didn't even know how to assign us 2 cards.

    We overpaid in it. I didn't even think that was possible. Now it's a mess! I think the cap is $6,000, and over all we put in more than that. Here I'm thinking it's a good thing we put money into it. Ya know to pay medical, dental, and orthodontist bills.

    Travis had to go to the Orthodontist to have them take that out of our checking account instead of our HSA account. Then he has to go to the tax guy to figure out our options. 

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

WW: Mask {Linky}

We were out, going to gallery openings and happened upon this crazy mask. Isaak kept looking at it in its eyes.

When was the last wedding that you went to? 

Monday, November 18, 2019

@frednfriends Swing Time #birdfeeder #giveaway #holidaygiftguide

How do you introduce yourself? Lately I feel like saying, "Hello I'm Alissa, and I'm addicted to little gadgets."

When we were on vacation this summer I took photos of anything I thought was cool. As I was looking back at our photos I was reminded of the Swing Time Ceramic Bird Feeder that Fred makes.
Isn't it cute?

I didn't realize, until I was looking at the vacation photos that Fred is also the company that makes the Food Face Dinner Plates I've had fun with all these years. I think the boys got them when they were about 2 and 4. Now they are 11 and 14! One Christmas I got our kids, my 4 nephews, and 1 niece all Food Face Dinner Plates. It was a Fred Christmas, for sure. 

I recently got 1 more Food Face Dinner Plate because my nephew Edison doesn't have one. He was born after the Fred Christmas. I'm holding off giving it to him until his birthday in May. He drops everything! Maybe by May he can be a little more trustworthy of a ceramic plate. 

My boys still enjoy their plates. Mica said the other , "I'm hungry!" I usually answer back saying, "Well get yourself something to eat." He is 14. This time I said, "I'll get you something, just so I can decorate the plate." Fred had carrot hair, oatmeal pie earrings, and a peanut beard. Older kids can have fun with their food too!

I was super excited to open Swing Time Ceramic Bird Feeder. It felt like Christmas, for me. 

The tire treads look so perfect! It's so hard to believe it's ceramic, but it is.

I love that it came already together. 

All I had to do was go to the pet store to get some bird seed. I had to make the trip to get our Gecko crickets anyhow.

Our Dwarf Magnolia is now paired up with a Swing Time Ceramic Bird Feeder. The tree will look prettier in the spring when it blooms.

I have fond memories of being pushed on a tire swing, when I was a kid. What kid didn't like swings like that? It was back in a time where it was ok to be outside alone. Being outside = freedom in my mind. 

Make your Christmas a Fred Christmas! One of my readers (you) will win a Swing Time Ceramic Bird Feeder. 

Contest will end on December 2, 19. You need to be 18 or older to enter to win. No P.O. Boxes please. Open in the US. $12 retail value.

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own. Fred did send me the Swing Time Ceramic Bird Feeder to review, for free. They did not tell me what to write. 

Friday, November 15, 2019

Random Tid Bits

  1. Boy have I been busy. I had like 3 big projects all due this week. Along with grading, I have to shoot photos, put them on the staff server, label them, and critique them.

  2. I went on Instagram, and poof there's an account for Mica. He didn't ask us if he could have an account. Our first kid has a social media account. I could actually see Isaak getting into it more. Isaak's always liked art, taking photos and creative things. Mica could be creative, but cares less to be.
  3. One of my past students passed away. I really will miss her. She was kind, creative, and had a son the same as as Mica. She had type 1 diabetes. After she left her husband, she went into a coma for a few months. In that time her ex took their kids. It was almost impossible, for her to get them back with her health, and depression, and no money. She tried her hardest to stay positive.

    At her (Sam's) celebration of live I saw other past students. One asked me to be friends with them on FB soon after. I accepted, but hesitated. She was one of those students that had one teacher do half her work, and another teacher do the other half her work. When they'd grade, they'd find out she didn't do anything. Since I'm an admin for the school's FB page; I see everything on it. She reviewed the school horribly. Basically she's mad that she has to pay, for student loans. She opted not to touch art, or design, since she's left. Somehow all that is the school's fault.

    She started messaging me right away how she didn't like the school I work for. She wanted to friend me because it's something Sam (girl that passed away) would have done. I didn't respond. I just sent her an image that said, "Peace Love Forgiveness". She later wanted a list of lots of students that went to school with her. I did that. It took awhile. She responded that she didn't remember some of those names. Not my problem. She bashed the school again to me on messenger. I blocked her just on there. It was bothering me too much to have negativity right away with someone that befriended me to be like the positive girl I loved so much. I started thinking about how she probably took the names I gave her, and are saying mean things about me to each and every one of them. It bothered me all week. Next thing I knew she unfriended me entirely. I never did/said anything to her. Travis said I should just let it go. I've had a hard time doing that. She must think I get all that student loan money she's spending. I'm sure she has no understanding that loan companies, and interest rates are much of the problem. She's that slow, that probably is what she's thinking. For the record I had a lot of student loan debt. This girl knows nothing about me.

    Have you ever pissed someone off, and you didn't even know how you did?

  4. I never posted my blow up project, for this year on here. I chose to do Harry Potter and Matilda. They both have magic that happens in them, and there was an argument that they were made on the same set. Yes there were some off parts, but it was a fun theme this year.

    My favorite ones:

  5. I took Isaak to see a school play. His carpool boy wanted to meet up with us, so I could take him home. He didn't know it cost money, we offered to pay, but we were already in the theater. He kept calling Isaak when the show already started. Isaak I could tell was on edge about this. He kept saying, "Read your texts that I sent you!"

    For a school play it was good. 

Thursday, November 14, 2019

@Ripleys Believe It Or Not! Beyond The Bizarre #Giveaway #christmas

As soon as Mica was in about 4th grade he's was into fact books. Now he's in Quiz Bowl at school, so it makes sense why he enjoys books with lots of information. Isaak on the other hand loves art, and the bizarre. 

Ripley's Believe It or Not! have perfect books, for my boys. 

Welcome to Ripley's Believe It or Not! Beyond the Bizarre!

About the book:
  • It has foil on the cover 
  • It's hard bound
  • Book Size: 9 x 11
  • 256 pages
  • Recommend reading age is 10+
  • Cost: $28.95, and on sale for $20.99   
  • Intro - This isn't in the contents, but there is an intro about Robert Ripley, the Hollywood Christmas Parade in 2018, and them being on TV.
  • Believe it - Bog Bodies, Log Cabin Worms, Close Shave, Cove of Wonders, Lucifer's Fingers, Reading Machine, Shedding Skin, Orange Snow, Cicada Cyborg, Volcano on the Green, Screwed on Right, Dirty Cakes, The Chained, and more! 
  • World - Enter the Dragon, Arctic Soccer, Burning Cathedral, Net Works, Technicolor Temple, Clown Church, Natural Divers, The Roaring 20s, Slippery Slope, Tooth-Filing Ceremony, Stone Currency, Bear Parade, Hand Bridge, Hooked, Fire Fetus, Beating Ghosts, and more!
  • Animals - Frog Butt, Warty Giraffe, Eel Seal, Smile Crocodile, Bleeding Hearts, Flying Frog, Spider Beach, Glow Home, Balloon Dog, The Last Straw,  A Mother's Embrace, Badgered Antelope, Otter Fishing, Monkeying Around, Huge Hornet, Tied Up Tummy, Lion Around, and more!
  • Pop Culture - Total Tree-Call, If Looks Could Kill, Digital Ink, Loose Lips, Princess Etch, Penny Painter, Rubik's Cubism, Between the Lines, Uncommon Threads, All Dolled up, Horse Vs. Horsepower, As Sweet as Pie, Crochet Costumes, Watery Cosplay, Barbie Couture, A Butter Idea, Mini Minty Masterpieces, Spider-Man Skydiver, and more!
  • People - Double Header, Mr. Sand Man, Sideshow Opera, Woeful Whiskers, Hairy Pillows, Foiled Again, Living on the Edge, Armed and Armless, Tons of Tumors, Breaking Tattoo Taboo, Flying Wallendas, Bid Words, Downhill From Here, Lord of the Rings, Baby Blues, and more! 
  • Beyond Belief - Dearly Departed, Masquerade, Avatar Acrobats, Bucket Heads, Stand Out, Piano Bed, Sky Art, Garden Labyrinth, No Yolk, Glass Glow, Tractor Wheelies, Motorball, Freeze Beard, The Smile Experiment, Dancing House, Can-Do, Yikes Spikes, and more!
  • Index
I'm not sure what chapter is my favorite. I like them all! These are a few pages that stood out to me. 

I found it crazy that tooth-filing is the thing!

Ripleys Believe It Or Not! sent this cool magazine that will go in one of my boy's stockings.

Win Ripley's Believe It or Not! Beyond The Bizarre! 


This is a giveaway for people within the US. No P.O. Boxes please. You must be over the age of 18 to enter. You will have 48 hours to get back to me if you have in fact won. If you don't get back to me, I sadly have to pick another winner.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free in exchange for a review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

WW: Rice Rice Baby {Linky}

We have a new store in our neighborhood that sells rice, for super cheap. We picked some up. When we got home, Isaak put the rice against his torso and said, "Mom I'm pregnant." He had a rice, rice baby!

When was the last wedding that you went to? 

FeelinGirls #blackfriday #shopping #sponsoredpost

This is the time of year to shop! I shop for now, and for future gifts. I'm getting closer to being done, with my holiday shopping. 

Black Friday Deals Happen Earlier and Earlier!

I really love that Black Friday deals happen, so early. We (as families) need to spend time with each other on Thanksgiving. We (as families) also need to save money on the things we shop for.

Stores like FeelinGirls make holiday shopping easier!

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When I shop it's not just for the boys. I need something(s), for me. I'm in love with FeelinGirls Waist Trainer Belt!

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Bodysuit Addiction:

I had a bodysuit addiction when I was in high school. I haven't felt like I could wear one again.

Possibly now is the time. These cheap bodysuits for women are slim fitting. They make anyone feel sexy, while working out.

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I have to admit that I don't have any workout leggings. Now might be the time to get some. FeelinGirls has 12 to choose from. They have classy plain ones, and others that are fun with a pattern.

Questions for You:

Have you started shopping from the holidays?

Do you buy yourself something, when you are online? 

Disclaimer: I was compensated, for writing this post. This is a sponsored post. FeelinGirls did not tell me what to write. All opinions are my own.

Monday, November 11, 2019

Princess Emmy DVD #Giveaway

Princess Emmy is perfect, for any little girl's stocking. It's a movie that goes back to classic animation.

Princess Emmy of the Kingdom of Kandis has a secret talent, she can speak to horses. I wish I had that talent. The young princess uses her gift to help maintain peace in the land when her scheming cousin attempts to cause trouble.

Win a Copy of Princess Emmy! 

This is a giveaway for people within the US. No P.O. Boxes please. You must be over the age of 18 to enter. You will have 48 hours to get back to me if you have in fact won. If you don't get back to me, I sadly have to pick another winner. 

Disclaimer: I did not get this to review. I was not asked to promote this in any way.


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