This is Anna at 3 1/2, just before I made the unfortunate mistake of cutting her hair. This is Mia, a little over 8 1/2, and this is them together. Love them.
I think I have come to the conclusion that I must end a major relationship in my life. I think. And that is my relationship with Facebook. I have done this before, 4 times to be exact. Why I keep going back, I do not know. The feelings that Facebook gives me are these: inadequacy,... Continue Reading →
Because my second day was wrapped up in some inner turmoil, I forgot to write what I did other than ponder my life. I do not want to forget, so here goes: -shopped at Unique Thrift (it was their 25% off VIP day) and bought 15 books for just over $8. Few things make me... Continue Reading →
Ok, that sounds a bit grim. I am looking forward to seeing those faces again. I don't quite miss them yet, but I do look forward to having them here in what has been my space for nearly three days. Last night I stayed up until midnight to work on my albums. I slept soundly... Continue Reading →
My sweet, beautiful children. I am so blessed.
Today was a little less marvelous than yesterday, because some inner turmoil surfaced and I've been thinking about it all day and partly because I worked for a few hours in the middle of the day. Being alone for two days has given me much time to contemplate and to look within, listen to a... Continue Reading →
I am 10 hours into a nice little vacation for myself, albeit in my own home. Since becoming a mother 8 1/2 years ago, I have not been alone for more than about 4 hours. And definitely not at home. This is a long awaited and much anticipated dream come true. Alan took both girls... Continue Reading →
Wednesday was direction-less, lazy, depressing, crabby, messy, bad-attitude day. Then I had a pep-talk from my wonderful husband. Thursday I had a new attitude and a new plan, and the day was almost perfect. (It helped that my Mother's Helper was in the kitchen for over 4 hours making multitudes of freezer meals!) Things that... Continue Reading →