Meet Mallory

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This is my middle daughter Mallory. She just turned 24 and was also a dancer at Brads for a few years after she had her daughter Addy and had to support themselves after splitting up with the father. She is now back in school and is on her way to becoming a dental hygenist. Her life now revolves around my beautiful granddaughter Addy. Who is 5 years old now.

An update to Mall and her life. Mallory is now in nursing school and is going for clinical psychology I believe. She is basically wanting to work with the clinically insane once she gets her degree. The serial killers of the world. Which is very interesting I think. But that is probably because I once thought about going into that field myself.

Here are some updated pictures of Mallory and her daughter Addy.

Published by Summer Time

I am 44 and have 3 grown daughters. And I have 1 granddaughter who I am crazy about! I am a recovering heroin addict who has now been clean for almost 5 years to the day. Well I should say clean from needles for that amount of time. I can’t say completely clean because my Dr’s had me on methadone pills for a while when I first was released from the hospital. I then self medicated myself and went to a Dr for a while for suboxone. Which I then used to get myself off of the methadone pills. I was paralyzed 5 years ago as a result of using needles. My Dr’s never thought that I would walk again with the amount of infection they had to remove from my spinal cord. Yet I am now walking! Unassisted even. I do not require a cane or anything to walk now, is what I mean by unassisted. I do better with a cane but I can actually do it without it. And the Dr’s really never thought that would happen. So I am now in school again and almost have my associates degree in general studies. I have been focusing on going to school to be a drug and alcohol counselor. I have had some hiccups along the way since I suffer from depression a lot since this happened. But I am determined to never give up. So I hope that you will follow me either on my blog or my Facebook pages and help support getting addicts the help that they really need. Instead of the stereotype labels they get here in America as well as the criminal label they acquire when they cannot just quit their use of drugs or alcohol.

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