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How it all began

I gave birth to a beautiful, healthy baby boy in March 2015.

Unfortunately he didn’t come with a manual.

With the joy, excitement and utter amazement of becoming the mother to this tiny, perfect human came a whole new level of worry, concern and confusion that I had yet encountered in life. 326 more words

Babies

Learning Curves

There comes a point in life where explanations are no longer valid. Where time seems to keep going and you’ve wasted five or ten years doing nothing more than explaining why you haven’t achieved something.  483 more words

Writing

it is what it is.

It is what it is.

Pray about it.

Change what you can change.

Fix what you can fix.

But if you can’t change it – if you can’t fix it – deal with it and move on. 56 more words

Intentional Living

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “State of Your Year.”

How is this year shaping up so far? Write a post about your biggest challenges and achievements thus far.

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Blogging

Bad Bee-keeper

Bee-keeping is hard – well I find it hard. I think I am a bit of a rubbish bee-keeper, but I am going to persevere until I get better at it – despite what happened on Saturday. 357 more words

Learning Curve

FAILING IS SIMPLE TO DO

If you do nothing and let something run its course, chances are it may or may not give the expected results. It may just turn out okay because of random circumstances. 675 more words

Learning Curve

Happiness

My childhood memories are divided into two parts: Part I the wealthy no problem years and Part II the “we could lose everything at any time and can barely buy food” years.  468 more words

Growing Up