Meet Stella

In March we adopted this girl from our local shelter.  The above picture shows her personality pretty well.  She is funny and quirky and oh so serious, sometimes. The first couple days we had her we were like oh S@x# what did we get ourselves into. And on the second day, I was out walking […]

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An Old Soul

“Old souls have trouble fitting in sometimes, but they often have unparalleled wisdom to share.” My dear friend and I were talking and she said that people have told her that she has an old soul, and I agreed that she does.  But then she asked me, “What does it mean to have an old soul?”  […]

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Choose Joy

For the past several years, I have claimed a personal mantra. Choose Joy.  In actual written word, I mostly use it in my Instagram hashtags.  However, whenever I see the word joy, it reminds me of the way I want to be. For me, it is a description of how my life should be.  That […]

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A CareGiver’s Story ….. Strolling Memory Lane

I was perusing my computer this morning and I came across this beauty of a tale. I wrote this in a different format but I still like what I wrote.  Enjoy. Mothers Day for the Memory Books May 10, 2010 at 12:36pm Well doggone it Happy Mothers day! LOL…. My mothers day was a bit […]

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A Caregiver’s Story….Escaping

***This post was began in July of 2014*** Every now and again, I get an afternoon to myself. Usually, I am only free to run errands but, when it feels right, I’ll break free. I will run my errands and treat myself to lunch.  Truly, what a treat it is. I’m sure it may seem odd. Me, […]

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