Time for a recap...

This is 1/3's comment on my last post

um stew whose talking in Italics lol

wow I can say Ive never had to have my eyes dilated but in a not so literal sense I wish I could. I'm sometimes the person who thinks only my why.opening your mind to new things/experiences is a beautiful thing.

Great Post by the way:-)

Her comments, along with the fact that I KNOW I have new readers, impels me to invite everyone to read my VERY FIRST post (click here). This will answer any questions that you may have about why my posts are structured the way they are, and why my blog is name Unless It's Fatal...

Anymore questions, just ask.



i.can't.complain. said...

i just thought u were morbid

re: the title of your blog


niki.mac said...

i bet she's not the only one who thinks you're crazy...

i.can't.complain. said...

it all makes sense now

your granny's a wise woman


A.M. said...

hmph...very diff ur blog...but i like it. Different is always good.

12kyle said...

Tell em Stew!! Tell em!

Nik said...

steww, where has thou been? i miss thee. :)

Dana said...

LOL!! Multiple personalities...I like!! Haha It never ceases to amaze me...the different forms of blogging are absolutely unique and beautiful. Thanks for taking us all back to where it began.

PrettyBlack said...

Now I get it...

Taryn "Skinny Genes" B. said...

damn, I see why your blog title is what it is. Thats a good lesson you learned as a child.

The title is much clearer to me now.

Stew said...

@-1- - i am a little morbid though. just a little.

@niki - yeah i bet she's not. that's why i had to do this

@A.M. - glad u like it. i wanted to come from a different angle. so far so good.

@kyle - they are told

@nik - i been around. busy, but around

@dana - yep that is what it's supposed to be. my mom is a little worried that Douglass might just manifest into a real person. i don't blame her for worrying

@PrettyBlack - good. you are not confused anymore

@Taryn - glad i could clear that up for you. i have learned many a lesson in my 23 years. hopefully i can pass them on

dejanae said...


Charles said...

I always wondered about your blog title....good quote...

rocswing said...

“Wait a minute Doc!!! Where are you going! I need some pain medicine!”
“I’m sorry Mrs. Rouse. It’s too late. Your child is about to be born. By the time the pain medicine takes effect, the baby will be here!”
“WHAT!!!!!!!! I don’t want to have natural child birth! Wait! OH NO!! WAIT!!!!!!!OWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!

One of the happiest times in my life was one of the most painful times in my life.

sTeW was born on April 25, 1985.

Every since that magical day, I have admired the gift that GOD had given us. He walked and talked early. He was ALWAYS into “situations”~ good and bad.
(Maybe I’ll share some of those stories another day. I guarantee you will love them!)

We knew by the age of three or four he was truly gifted. We prayed that GOD would continue to nurture his strengths and empower his weaknesses.

As I read sTeW’z blog it fills my heart to see that GOD continues to do both.

Haim Ginott has been quoted to say:
If you want your children to improve, let them overhear the nice things you say about them to others.

Remember, "UNLESS IT'S FATAL....."

sTeW'z MOM!