I was to be co-hosting my first Twitter party the other day, and I was so excited about it. I have been wanting to do that for a while and finally had the opportunity. The time couldn’t have been better as it was scheduled during the kids’ quiet time when I usually do my blogging . . . → Read More: Funny Kids Quotes about Mom
Last night I received one of those dreaded phone calls. They had called an ambulance to take my mom to the hospital. She was home alone and suddenly couldn’t focus on her book or make sense of the words. I’m not sure how long before my dad got there, but he called my aunt who . . . → Read More: Prayer Request for my Mom
My mom Frieda is sharing another great story with us today.
When I was eight years old, I talked my parents into letting me go with a friend who was the same age as I and spend the day at the Dallas zoo by ourselves. Don’t think my parents were negligent—the world was different . . . → Read More: A Day at the Zoo
My mom Frieda is guest posting for me today. I remember her telling this story often. I’m glad she is sharing it with you!
I was suddenly overcome with thirst for a Coke, but I didn’t have change for the Coke machine. When I mentioned my dilemma to the secretaries in the English Department . . . → Read More: The Pains I Went Through For A Coke
When I brought my youngest home from the hospital, the girls were all wide eyed with interest and full of questions. I was nursing the baby when Joy, who was only four at the time, watched for a minute and then proclaimed, “Mom! It’s like…you’re the mama cow!”
Jason Jr. was born in October and . . . → Read More: Funny Kids Quotes #6
Look for the beginning of the story in yesterday’s post.
My Mom inherited this very same honesty gene. I’ve never had to wonder what my Mom thinks about things. A couple of months after the birth of one of my babies she came for a visit. During her stay I put on a bright . . . → Read More: Honesty. I Come By It Honestly. Mom Edition
My mom has been so sweet to edit most of my stories for me before I post them. After reading the story I posted yesterday about the day I hemorrhaged, she decided to write about it from her perspective. I thought I’d share it with you today. Below are her words:
Esther’s first baby was . . . → Read More: A Mother’s Perspective
So for the third time this week my six-year-old daughter Joy has, out of the blue, said, “Mom, I don’t think you’re old.”
This time I stopped what I was doing and asked, “Now why do you say that?”
“Because you don’t look old.”
“The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”
. . . → Read More: You’re Only as Old as You…Look?
It had been an extra difficult three weeks with the kids, and Jason had worked extra hours, a weekend and even took a weekend trip, so I was more stir crazy than usual. I rarely go anywhere by myself, but I was going nuts and people were beginning to notice. It was high time for . . . → Read More: The One Day I Got Out
I have gotten to see my parents more than usual of late because of two funerals. My grandma passed away in July and my uncle passed away in August. In the midst of our sadness, we still managed to enjoy ourselves.
My mom is known for being frank. When I arrived at Grandma’s funeral, Mom . . . → Read More: Momsense