Monthly Archives: March 2011

City Kids in the Country

I am a city girl.  I need to be close to things, but my children have always claimed to want to be in the country away from things.  Usually when we go to Camden, we have a lot to do … Continue reading

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Army Wives and Reality

Please don’t read this, if you watch Army wives and have not seen last nights episode. * * * For a week, I was upset because Army Wives left us hanging.    We watched the vehicle pull up, and those two … Continue reading

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Love from My Children

As a parent, you know that all of your children will love you differently.  Georgia is very vocal and physical with her love.   She makes sure everyone knows how she feels.  DJ and Susie are not quite so vocal, but … Continue reading

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Tear Soup – A Recipe for Healing after Loss

I set out on a journey today to find books that would help Georgia deal with Grief.   Many books were recommended, but I was not able to locate them at the local bookstore today.  I will continue my journey, but … Continue reading

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Race – What my children have taught me!

I wrote this sometime back, but I have hesitated to post it because of the sensitivity of racial issues.  I want my blog to informational, honest and show my growth as a human being, and sometimes our kids show us a … Continue reading

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Innocence Lost – How Suicide Affects a Child!

When a person commits suicide, they leave their loved ones feeling many things.   I am not sure if guilt is a true emotion, but I know after suicide, it is a VERY STRONG FEELING. Two and a half years ago, … Continue reading

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I AM ADOPTED!!!

 I AM ADOPTED!  Some of you reading may know that, and think does it really matter.  Other reading had no clue that I was adopted.  Other reading know that I was adopted, and wish I hadn’t been.   You may be … Continue reading

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