Monthly Archive:: April 2015

Easy Baked Ziti Recipe

  This easy meatless Ziti recipe is sure to knock your socks off! Or, you could always use a meat sauce with it, too. This Easy Baked Ziti Recipe has been adapted so that it’s easy to follow. Preparation: 20-25 min Cooking time: 25 – 35 minutes Serves: 4 (main dish) or 8 (side dish)  

Ian does some TABE testing

A couple of weeks ago I went down to my local Boley Centers office to do some TABE testing. TABE stands for Tests of Adult Basic Education. In these tests they were testing my math and English skills. On the English and reading/comprehension parts of the test, I scored excellent. On those parts of the

What do I want to write about today?

What do I want to write about today? Since starting this blog, I often find myself struggling to come up with compelling topics to write about every day. The fact that I can post entries from my phone makes it a little easier. I’m not sure if it’s my brain injury that causes the writers

“The Wolf” – a short story by Ian Casey

  The wolf crept up on his prey. He was hungry. He hadn’t eaten in three days. The bird looked to be just the right size to fill up his starving belly. Through the bushes and thickets he crept, inching closer and closer. Almost there. Careful not to make too much noise. Slowly, slowly… he

Why I love feeding birds

Why I love feeding birds, and you might too. I first got a bird feeder in 2011 when I was living in my last house. I was just out of a wheelchair, and not terribly mobile yet, so watching the birds from my easy chair would give me intense amounts of pleasure. Fast forward to today,

Why do we exist?

Ok, so this question may be a little heavy for a brain injury blog, but bear with me. So, why do we exist? To pretend that I have the answer to this question would be slightly presumptuous of me, I’ll admit. But that doesn’t mean it’s not still fun to ponder it! The way I