I'm a wife and a Mother of 4 grown children. I have 4 grandchildren who are my joy. This is my journey to rediscovering who I am. In other words, what comes after being a stay at home Mom. Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Daughter, Sister, Blogger, Writer, stubborn and opinionated, voracious reader and a seeker of truth in all things....in other words me.
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Category Archives: grief an loss
We lost Jazz the other day. My daughter ’80’s teacup yorkey. She was nearly 15 and it was simply her time to go. She was greatly loved and very spoiled by all who knew her. She was a perpetual puppy … Continue reading
This is an older post from Mothers Day 2009. I decided to share it again and hope you enjoy it….. My Mother’s name was Mary and like her name she lived a plain and uneventful life without thunder, her birth … Continue reading
many years ago when the Jackson family came to California I met them during those first few days before the fame of the Jackson 5. I babysat for the two youngest Jackson’s on 2 occasions. I just thought they were a nice family and that is how I choose to remember Michael Jackson, a nice boy with a nice family. The king of pop is gone and we will miss his talent and wonder what he might still have created, but he has left us his legacy of music and dancing, 2 pearls beyond compare. We will not see his like again. Continue reading