Tagged: kids

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Conversation To Inspiration

A few days ago I was talking with my second oldest son in the car and somehow the subject of empty promises came up. We were discussing how my generation was raised with parents from a completely different era and how their thought processes worked and how that affected us. One...

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Heartaches By The Dozen

  The thought occurred to me this morning that I don’t have much time left with my kids. I watched Son #3 get on his bus this morning and a small pang went through my heart. How many more times do I get to watch him wave to me as his...

Did You Know Minecraft Had Such Profound Truths? 0

Did You Know Minecraft Had Such Profound Truths?

Profoundity From A Ten-Year Old By Jesi Scott   “To create a magnificent city, we must create a lot of chaos.”   His words ring through the air with a resounding truth: Chaos begets order, Destruction begets construction… We destroy to build to destroy again when our limits are reached- Black...

The Adventures of the Blonde Princes 0

The Adventures of the Blonde Princes

So, I thought I’d share a little something I wrote a very long time ago for a family newsletter. It was something light and fun and I still giggle when I read it because it brings back soooo many memories. I hope it makes you smile today. 🙂   The Adventures...

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What’s Happened to Children’s Programming?

I’m writing today from my dining room table where I have a gorgeous view of my backyard where the sun is shining, briefly, today. We had some strong storms last night and rain in the forecast for the next week. Incredibly, the next forecasted sunny day happens to be my birthday....

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Because I Can and It Is Fun

I had to do it. I said I might, and I did. Thanks to the Blogging A to Z Challenge, I met a fellow poet and he wrote this poem that I had to respond to. Al, this is for you.   Moms Know All the Answers By Jessica Scott  ...

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The Fickle Muse

Happy Monday everyone. I am stuck in my house today. Winter has finally arrived in Texas. I awoke around four this morning to ice and sleet and a little bit of snow cracking on my windowpanes. I do believe I am a captive in my house for the next few days…or...

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Put It Down, Save A Life

Warning: Post contains a fairly graphic video which I found hard to watch. Please do not watch if you have a sensitivity to blood or even fake blood. I want you to watch this video. It is important. My eldest son whose poem I put up a few nights ago goes...

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Where Did My Week Go?

Hello my lovelies! I want to apologize for the lack of activity last week. It was not due to the holiday, though I almost wish it had been that. No, a week ago this past Friday my eldest son came home for a visit and brought with him the Mother of...

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