Help Amelia and Spread the Word.


There is no time for a quote, for this we must dive right in… Like Holly states in her post, http://www.notaperfectmomsblog.com/2012/01/help-amelia-spread-the-word/#comment-6625 I had not intended to post today, but when I saw this on Elastamom’s blog, I had to help spread the word and I immediately signed the petition. It’s a real life, happening now, story of a little girl who is not being granted a life-saving kidney transplant because the doctors have decided that her quality of life isn’t worth using the kidney to preserve. What?! Who gets to decide that? Who makes that decision? What gives anyone the … Continue reading Help Amelia and Spread the Word.

The winner of the beautiful charm necklace and an amazing story…


This image seemed ever so appropriate as I announce the winner of the lovely charm necklace giveaway.  First, let me say that KSP selected the name in a random drawing, so you can both love and hate him…visualize me pointing … Continue reading The winner of the beautiful charm necklace and an amazing story…

Words to live by….It’s going to be worth it.


I am not going to be long winded today as you have all so graciously read my posts this week where I admittedly got a little wordy (but I love it, so I am hoping you like it too:).  So … Continue reading Words to live by….It’s going to be worth it.

A request at the intersection of hope and uncertainty.


“Each instant is place we’ve never been.” ~ Mark Strand As the wind rages outside, it mirrors how I have felt all day or really if I am honest, the past few days.  A tornado of leaves swirling around in … Continue reading A request at the intersection of hope and uncertainty.

“Never say NEVER because you just never know.”


  “Never say never.” ~ Charles Dickens I love this line, because it is oh so true.  Whenever I hear someone adamantly tell someone else how they would NEVER do something, I chuckle to myself.  You really can’t ever say … Continue reading “Never say NEVER because you just never know.”

A vision of gratitude, how do you see it?


“Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.” ~ Unknown This will probably not come as a shock to all of you, but I have always loved Thanksgiving. Perhaps, because I really … Continue reading A vision of gratitude, how do you see it?