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Tag Archives: children
When I was little, I used to believe in the concept of one best friend, and then I started to become a woman. And then I found out that if you allow your heart to open up, God would … Continue reading
Before I was a Mom,
I didn’t know the feeling of
having my heart outside my body.. Continue reading
My son, Cameron is celebrating a birthday tomorrow on April 3rd. He is 33 years young and is seen above (on the left side) with his brother Blake. Cameron is motivated and is an inspiration to all he meets. He … Continue reading
The photos seen above are from 1981 and 1983 – I felt nostalgic after seeing the Royal Baby on Television this morning. You see – I too had a baby boy the same year as HRH Prince William. My blog … Continue reading
My children were a product of the 1980’s and grew up watching and loving Ghostbusters. The original movie that came out in 1984; with Bill Murray, Dan Aykoyd, Sigourney Weaver, Annie Potts & Harold Ramis. We took them to the … Continue reading
In days gone by, our family prepared home made bread and baked pumpkin seeds with a little salt for a tasty treat. My children dressed up on Halloween and went trick or treating with the neighbor’s kids. So for today … Continue reading
My Mom – the world’s a kinder, gentler place because you occupy some space Bravo, Hooray…… It’s a fabulous day … Thanks Mom – for your heart of Gold!
This photograph was taken about 5 years ago, and it still makes me chuckle. The day was Thanksgiving and we were trying to place everyone is a chair or bar stool so that they would be seen and not hidden … Continue reading
All mothers work, but for some of us who are employed outside of the home, life can be full of trials and challenges. This morning I was inspired by seeing my manicurist’s husband and small daughter (18 mos.old) come by … Continue reading