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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A new theory I saw on a TV program about who shot JFK just floored me, but it is probably the truth. It certainly is crazy enough to be what happened and it would explain the cover up feeling to … Continue reading
I’m not sure how to start this so let me say a quick Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. I just noticed my last post was about Father’s day also, funny how a year flies by so … Continue reading
I wish I could write a post about my Father. I wish I could tell you all about him. That I could say what a great Dad he was and about all the things he taught me. I wish I … Continue reading