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Discussion in 'Your Front Porch' started by artlover, Sep 6, 2014.
I live, I laugh, I Love
50 degree weather today
My grandsons coming this weekend.
Bring it on, baby.
I'm grateful for my very good friend.
I have a relationship with God
I get to host my other grandsons birthday party this weekend. So excited!!
My little one loves it.
I had my yearly hearing examine ( only one good ear). My hearing remains status quo no changes. Such a relief when you only have one!
I'm grateful because other people's pettiness doesn't affect me. You can hop off that negativity train wreck anytime you want.
Because my redheads arrive tomorrow for fun in the sun!!
Wonderful, there is nothing better than sitting on the beach people watching as the kids play in the surf. Well, maybe a nice long walk on the beach with lived ones.
They will be in heaven and so will you!! A lifetime of memories for them and you!
I’m grateful today for sunshine, nice smelling blossoms,... and for autocorrect making me laugh: “snarling blossoms”.
Even though I have been having attacks almost daily for the past month and a half...my husband has been kind and helpful, I have been able to listen to encouraging Christian radio and I have been able to connect to this Talk forum.
Grateful I got to hang out with the wild knitting brigade at church this morning. Not so grateful for vertigo this afternoon... but it was short... and helps keep me brave to do the gent... 8 days and counting.
I'm grateful that I never had children; that I didn't succumb to the pressure society puts on women to have them. I never had the slightest inclination towards motherhood, and especially not with this awful disease. I dodged a bullet.
Motherhood isn't for everyone, California Sun. My daughter never wanted children. I was devastated, at first, but then I realized that I didn't want her having children she didn't want just to please me. She'll be 42 this year. She's happy, owns her own home, has a really good job, loves to travel. She's been in some serious relationships, but she's way too independent to settle down with anyone.
Good for you for not caving to pressure. If you can look back now and not regret your decision, it was the right one for you.
I imagine Jesus would knit a fabulously soft shawl neck cardigan.
By now you've likely received your gentamicin injection.
Thinking of you, Anne.
To you, & a speedy recovery.
Hopefully the injection doesn't induce a third, baby sized arm to sprout from your concha.
Thanks Nathan! No baby arms so far.