Posts tagged Family
IT’S MY BIRTHDAY WEEKEND AND OFTEN I HEAR MY GIRLFRIENDS JOKE ABOUT STAYING 29… AGAIN. No doubt, I would love to have my 22 year old body back again…that’s the part of youth that would be wonderful to retain. But return to my 20′s and miss out on all these memories and the experience?
No. Thank. You.
My life is crazy and chaotic, filled with never ending laundry, and problems to solve. I am More >
I WENT HOME THIS THANKSGIVING FOR ALL THE NORMAL REASONS. Good food, a moment to relax with family, and a sense of gratitude which comes at this time of the year. I am grateful for the little things all year long, of course, but Thanksgiving is a sweet time to remember those moments and people in my life.
For weeks I have been missing my grandmother. She has recently transitioned to a nursing More >
INSPIRED BY “DEAR CHRISSY” TO TAKE A LOOK THROUGH MY MOST RECENT SNAPSHOTS AND LOOK AT WHAT THE PAST WEEK CONTAINED — AMAZING HOW QUICKLY THE CHAOS BECOMES A GOOD MEMORY. Family life is busy. I feel like that is the reply I give 99% of the time to those who ask. Invariably there are schedule conflicts each day and a list of items to be finished before the next school day which require some quiet More >
TODAY WAS THE START OF SCHOOL IN OUR COUNTY. Summer is officially over in our household. We had some anxious and excited kids last night. Their bodies were on the more relaxed summer sleep schedule. Everyone woke up in a good mood this morning and seemed ready to go. I had prepared all I could ahead of time last night — laying out waffle ingredients, plates, silverware, coffee on timer, etc. – More >
IT’S RARE TO GET AN OUTING WITH ‘JUST MOM’ WHEN YOU ARE THE THIRD CHILD. Last Thursday I took Grace to see The Dragon King puppet show at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center presented by Tanglewood Marionettes. Each summer, for the past 14 years, Roswell’s “Puppet Lady” has brought first class productions to that facility for all to enjoy at a reasonable rate. Normally when I say puppet show, More >