Friday, June 27, 2008

Hearts break but Life goes on.........

Saddness, I have bee surrounded by it for the last few weeks. So much so that I couldn't bring myself to writing on my blogs. It has involved the tragic passing of some very young men. Son's of friends of mine...son's that were the same age as my own sons.
Tear have flowed, we are emotionally drained but life must go on. Faith and belief comes us together.
Sending you all hugs and rainbows

Monday, May 12, 2008


Happy Mother's Day

To all those wonderful Mothers, I hope that you had a delightful day yesterday. Never forget how special you are, you bring love and happiness to this world along with life.
Hugs and rainbows to you all.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Inner Peace

Symptoms Of Inner Peace
An unmistakable ability to enjoy each moment.
A loss of interest in judging the self.
A loss of interest in judging others.
A loss of interest in conflict.
A loss of the ability to worry.
Frequent overwhelming episode of appreciation.
Contented feelings of connectedness with nature and others.
Frequent attacks of smiling through the eyes of the heart.
An increasing tendency to let things happen rather than to make them happen.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Always Optomistic

"Failure ? I never ecountered it. All I ever met were temporary set backs" Dottie Walters.
I have been away from this blog for a few reasons. I have had a few health problems, my teenager needed the computer for school work and finally the whole system needed repair. Now I hope that I am back on the right track. Onward and upward.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


"What I am is good enough if I would only be if openly".
Carl Rogers.
I was reading a friends blog, how she had tried on at least 23 dresses in one afternoon to try and find one to wear to a special occasion. To protect this person's identity I have changed a few details but the story is still the same. Every dress was wrong. Either she did not feel right in it or others did not like the outfit on her. It made me think. Now I know this person and I think she is beautiful and has a good figure. But the dresses made her feel frumpy. I wanted to tell her in person how beautiful inside and out she really is. We all have issues about what we look like. Hey, every time I get clothes out of my wardrobe I am reminded of my size. I am an 18, I have to wear size 20 or 22 pants and skirts to accomadate my tubes etc. Nothing makes you more depressed when you buy clothes in the "BIG" section. Which is probably why I don't buy clothes very often. But I did go out last thursday and I bought two tops, yes they were size 18, yes that is my size. Yes I wish I was a size 14 or a 12 but I am not. I am me. So accept me for who I am. I am beautiful on the inside and outside as my daughter keeps on telling me. And after 26 years even though I am no longer the size 10, I am still the girl of my husbands dreams.

Monday, February 4, 2008





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