Friday, October 28, 2011

Proud of My Kids

Even though my children are grown, I still marvel at the way they turned out. I don't give myself all the credit, but when situations like what I'm about to explain occur, I can't help but hope I had a little something to do with the kind of people they have become.

Earlier this week, my youngest daughter treated me to a Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino. While we were sitting at Barnes and Noble, I noticed a pair of sunglasses lying on the floor outside the cafe. I picked them up thinking they belonged to my granddaughter. When I brought them to the table, my daughter told me that no, they weren't my granddaughters; they belonged to somebody else. As she examined the glasses she noted that they were VERY expensive sunglasses.

Some people might have kept the sunglasses. Others might have left them on the table. My daughter turned them in to the lost and found. I'm a firm believer in, "what goes around comes around," and I hope her good deed will be reciprocated with a well-deserved reward, even if that reward is only the rewarding feeling that she did the right thing.

Moving to Savannah

Posted by Heriberto Fuentes

Two years ago my husband and I visited Savannah for the first time. I absolutely fell in love with the city and told him that I wanted to move there. It is such a romantic southern city. We walked along the river and listened to bands outside. We visited little candy shops and ate at delicious restaurants. We walked around downtown and looked at the historic monuments. We even went to the beach at Tybee Island, which was not very far away. We loved the city of Savannah so much that when we got home from our trip, we immediately started making arrangements for moving there. I did some research online to figure out what kind of utilities we would be using and found out that they have Wildblue service in Savannah GA for satellite internet. We found a townhouse that we will rent until we can find a house that we want to buy. We are still in that townhouse today, but I honestly love the location so much that I am not sure I want to buy a house.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Men Can't Always Pump Iron

They may be the stronger sex physically, but when it comes to the physical process of nursing a baby,  men can't always pump iron, as this little boy discovers.

(Photo is of my grandson, who, after finding his mother's breast pump, perhaps thought he could produce milk to feed his new baby sister.)

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