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Sunday, December 06, 2009
What I learned today...12/06/2009
Today I learned...
Snow melts fast, five foot snow men not so much!
My children continue to suffer from a fear of lids, or rather putting lids on.
And closed cabinets.
And something about clothes being in drawers really puts them in a panic.
My wonderful Northridge Community Church Family, specifically, Faith and Pricilla, are bringing us dinner tomorrow! I'm so grateful!!!!
I can never make enough potato pancakes, or regular pancakes for that matter, ahhh the cost of being a pancake extraordinaire!
A cat intent on laying on your hair, will hop right back up after being thrown down, no less than 23 times before YOU give up.
The last few months have felt impossible. Yesterday, the weight of all of it, past and present, aided by my own failures, past and present, ...
Please click on this link to read the article, Warehousing Our Children by the Post and Courier that discusses the abuse that happened to...
What is a flashlight holder you might ask? In this most difficult time in my life, when all seemed dark, and scary, and overwhelming, when...
You want her whole. Trust me. For when she finds her muchness; when she gathers all the pieces of herself, all the pieces you have broke...