FBF: Inspire Others

When I chose a Flashback Friday post for today I had two stand out to me.  I shared one this morning and chose to share the other in the afternoon!  I hope you enjoy.   When I leave this planet, I would like to have done 2 things.  First, done the best I could toContinue reading “FBF: Inspire Others”

FBF: Christmas from the Parents Perspective

I have just really started to think about Christmas this year.  What specifically to buy each of our kids.  However, for the 3rd year in a row I will be going with the 4 gifts! When you have 6 children, who live in 4 different households the thought of Christmas can be extremely overwhelming.  EveryContinue reading “FBF: Christmas from the Parents Perspective”

FBF: Pure Imagination

In honor of Halloween, that is only 3 days away.  My Halloween post from last year.  Things will be much different this year.  Only our youngest will be with us and he is being a Wrestler, so very different from Willy Wonka. This Halloween was one for the books.  It also was about a yearContinue reading “FBF: Pure Imagination”

FBF: My Mental Health

It has been about thirteen months since I started seeing my therapist.  I typically go every 2 weeks, but sometimes it is more like 3 or 4, depending on our schedules.  I can handle myself better now because of the tools she has given me. Here it is.  My confession, my fresh start and perhapsContinue reading “FBF: My Mental Health”

FBF: Nothing to Prove

Ever since I wrote this post, my outlook has been much different.  Slowly but surely over the last year, I have noticed that I have nothing to prove.  I am me, with all the flaws and I am damn proud of who I am. I woke up this morning having made the decision to notContinue reading “FBF: Nothing to Prove”

Raising an Adult

Since our kids have been giving us a run for our money lately, I thought it was a good time to share this post. Last week sometime I got into a disagreement with with my 7 year old son James.  We were watching tv together, along with my 6 year old daughter.  My daughter hadContinue reading “Raising an Adult”