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  • Checking to make sure you are okay. It's hard to see our babies grow wings and leave our nest. But she is making a life for herself. You are a fantastic mom.
    Yeshuasdaughter
    Yeshuasdaughter
    Thank you. You are so sweet. I miss her terribly, but I am doing better, day by day. Learning to keep busy, all the time. Her and I made a date for next Thursday, for me to take the bus out to her school, and spend time in her college town. It's a 2.5 hour trip each way, but I really don't mind at all.
    Every woman in a wheelchair is there because secretly, she is a mermaid.
    Slim Jim
    Slim Jim
    I saw this blonde woman in a wheelchair, she was actually quite pretty, slim, I felt sorry for her...mild curiosity; "was she paraplegic?"... "was she born that way,".... at no point did I think: "is she a mermaid?"
    Luca
    Luca
    Slim Jim
    Slim Jim
    When I think mermaid, I think Darryl Hannah in splash.
    Daryl Hannah Oscars GIF by The Academy Awards
    Nice avatar. I like a lot of works from that era. The DeYoung Museum had A Portrait Of Miss D by William Merritt Chase on display a few years ago.
    Train up your children in the way that they should go, so that when they are old, they will not depart from it.
    Slim Jim
    Slim Jim
    Having good role models is very important.
    Forest Cat
    Forest Cat
    My mother did something clever, when I was very young she somehow made me think that washing dishes, cleaning and vacuuming was fun. So when she was doing that, I came running and said "oh please, can I do that? Please!". Genius. :)
    Yeshuasdaughter
    Yeshuasdaughter
    I did the same when my daughter was small. I when it was time for homeschool, I'd tell her it was time to play her "learning games", and when it was time for chores, I'd sing "Clean up! Clean up! Everybody everywhere! Clean up! Clean up! Everybody do your share!" It really helped.
    Wow! Today is my Three-Year Anniversary! I'm glad for all the friends and support I've gotten here during this journey.
    Luca
    Luca
    Happy Anniversary! We love having you here <3
    No one warns you about how often you will say "Righty Tighty, Lefty Loosey" to yourself as an adult.
    Streetwise
    Streetwise
    Said it about 5 times in my whole life what I learned was clockwise to tighten anticlockwise to loosen
    If an old guy ever gives you advice while cutting an apple, and eating the slices right off the blade, you probably should take it.
    “It was November--... crimson sunsets, parting birds, deep, sad hymns of the sea, passionate wind-songs in the pines." Anne of Green Gables.
    You know what feels good to hear? My daughter just cuddled up and told me: "I should deposit you in the bank, because you're priceless."
    The tree outside my window has fuchsia leaves, and the other tree is amber and gold. Time for warm pumpkin spice in the misty rain!
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