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on the joy of delayed gratification

As a child, my parents dragged me through antique stores on a regular basis. My siblings and I did not enjoy it. They smelled bad, they were filled with dusty things we couldn’t identify, and they were full of breakable objects we couldn’t touch. 1,271 more words

Grief, loss, etc.

If you’re familiar with psychology or have ever lost someone or been in what seems like a hopeless situation, you’re probably familiar with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross’s five stages of grief. 2,064 more words



When we sleep who takes care of us?

A list we could come up with would be the following; mother, father , sister, brother, and grandparents. 172 more words

Spirit Symbols/visions

5 things I have learned about my grand daughter Victoria Renee ~

Celebrating my grand daughter’s up-coming 5th month of living (I can’t believe 5 months!!) I have learned a lot of things about her that are very individual. 218 more words



When I was a little girl for some reason I was visiting with my grandparents on my dad’s side all by myself. I am not sure how old I was at least between 7-10 years old. 915 more words


The way to love anything is to realize that it may be lost.

The other day, I had a thought cross through my mind.  It said to me, “um, so, I am really lucky to have all of my family around.   115 more words

So you're going to be a grandparent...

A new baby on the way? Congratulations! Of course you are going to want the very best for this new member of your family, as well as for your daughter, daughter-in-law or son’s partner too. 1,485 more words