Lesson Learned

Playing With Nanny’s Shadow: How I Dealt With Grandma’s Alzheimer’s

I was so very blessed to know my Grandmother, aka “Nanny”. She turned 93 about two weeks before she passed away in 2015. There is so much in my high school history book that she actually LIVED THROUGH. I’m amazed at some of the stories she has told me. One thing nagged me though. It …

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Book Review: “Decide to Hope”

I received the Kindle version of “Decide to Hope” by June A Converse for review purposes. All opinions are my own. I’m going to tell you a tiny bit about this story and my feelings after finishing the book. I don’t want to spoil the ending.. well the ending of this book. It’s book 1 …

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Mini Monday – Post 9 – Mars Project

Hello Everyone! I got a perfect score on my project about the planet Mars and I am so happy! Our project was making a brochure about whatever planet we wanted to. I love all the planets and I want to visit them all someday. Mommy and Daddy bought me a book called “Earth & Space” …

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Book Review: “Momma Don’t You Worry”

“Momma Don’t You Worry” by Louie Lawent is an absolutely beautiful book with a great lesson. It has great illustrations and a brilliant rhyming scheme that is pretty catchy. Halfway through the story, my Mini started singing the words. 🙂 The story opens with an irritated 6-yo who thinks his mother’s insisting he hold her …

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What I Hope My Mini Will Be Like in 10 Years

Over the weekend, MTV was trying to break the record of the number of people to record memories for a 10-year time capsule. People shared their predictions for what they wanted their lives to be like in a decade. It got me thinking… Right now, Mini is in 2nd grade and we are currently planning …

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Mending Mini’s Self-Esteem

My lil Mini doesn’t dress like a girly girl. She’s not a fan of girl’s shirts. In her mind, fitted or cinched or not baggy is too tight. She prefers looser-fitting clothes. That’s just what she’s comfortable in. She is into superheroes and there aren’t many girl shirts with the Avengers or Batman or Spider-Man …

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