Two of my five granddaughters attempting to do their home schooling. 1. Our future is our children. Getting them back into the classroom should be our first priority. If the teacher's unions are afraid of a COVID outbreak, make the vaccine available to teachers immediately. I would gladly give my potential vaccine to a teacher … Continue reading My Theory | The Virus and Schools
Remember as a kid wanting to run away? We wanted to escape school, parents, chores etc.? Well, of course we did! We all did! Our imaginations took us places we knew we thought we could never see until we were grown ups. Remember playing LAVA and leaping from sofa to chair so as not to … Continue reading Wanna Run Away with Me?
Love like fairy dust They cover me with magic Giving my heart wings
A day in pictures...
More than a blog post, this is a series of photos of what makes me smile. I hope you enjoy them!
The 2014-15 Louisville Leopard Percussionists rehearsing Kashmir, The Ocean, and Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin. The Louisville Leopard Percussionists began in 1993. They are a performing ensemble of approximately 55 student musicians, ages 7-12, living in and around Louisville, Kentucky. Each student learns and acquires proficiency on several instruments, such as marimbas, xylophone, vibraphone, drum … Continue reading #BeWow Wednesday! These Children are Amazing!!!
What's your opinion on this? http://www.ravishly.com/2015/02/10/being-thin-didnt-make-me-happy-being-fat-does Here's Mine: She calls herself fat but to me, according to her photo in the article, she just looks like an attractive woman with brown hair. The comments on the original article are less than accepting of her choice to care more about her spirit and less about her … Continue reading Meet the mom of 5 who says, ‘I’m much happier being fat’
Since I've been writing like a fiend for almost two months now and completed a new novel in the Ivory Razor Adventure Series and am nearly ten thousand words into another, my book sales have taken quite a hit. However, I know as long as I keep up the good and hard work, I'll bounce … Continue reading The Size of Your Audience Doesn’t Matter…
One of my granddaughters fell ill over the weekend. REALLY ILL. Saturday night I received a frantic call from my daughter that one of the twins, Harper, who had just been to see the pediatrician on Friday for a mysterious fever and an unusual bout of lethargy, lack of appetite and not wanting anything to … Continue reading A Love So Big It Hurts and The Gift of A Dream
Harper taking some of her first steps! Scarlett is not so sure though. By the way, I don't know what you believe in but there was nothing flying around my house. No flies. No moths. No anything. We certainly didn't see anything with our naked eyes and this little white ball of light is in … Continue reading Harper is Walking!!!