http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/03/25/prompt-moments-to-remember It's difficult to narrow down lifes most memorable moments to just three but for the sake of the prompt I will try. 1. The day my daughter was born. After being cooped up in the hospital for almost four full days, desperately hoping to have a natural birth experience only to be told that… Continue reading What I remember
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/writing-challenge-reflections/ I began writing long before I knew about the internet. I started with scraps of paper and some pieces of notebook here and there. I don't know why I started really except that once I did I changed my whole world. I've always been addicted to reading. Just to be able to get away… Continue reading Where it All Began
I once had dreams, until it seemed I couldn't afford them anymore. I had hopes to become a nurse, to get a degree, to learn... until I couldn't afford it anymore. I once had ambition, until ambition had a monthly price. I once had the whole world in front of me, until that door was… Continue reading I once had so much more than this.
Although I have mostly girl traits according to the old wives obviously their age is affecting them. It's a boy and I'm excited. I can't wait to do my registry. My husband went bat shit crazy when we find out... hope you enjoy his reaction... Daddy finds out its a BOY! Feel free to laugh… Continue reading It’s a BOY!!!!
So tomorrow is the day. I find out if I am having a boy or a girl, though I could have easily found out two days ago. I had the Materni-T21 test which is a DNA test that checks to make sure the baby has no abnormalties, can tell you who the babys father is,… Continue reading Pink or Blue? Either will do!
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I try to be very calm in my approach to life–at peace with the world, aware of the positive forces in my presence, appreciative of the beauty and joy that surround me. But try as I may, the anger seems to dwell just below the surface. On the outside I am tranquil, but on the inside, I am one negative encounter away from reeling. Emotionally, I feel like I am floating along on a raft in the warm water on a sunny day–on Loch Ness. The surface is smooth, it beckons me to relax, but the prehistoric monster lurks just beneath, waiting to rear its long neck and swallow me whole. Curse you Nessie!
The reminders of this struggle bombard me daily.
After school, I happily make the boys a snack, glad to have this time to unwind with them at the kitchen counter. THEN, I spy some…
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