Heather Malia Ho and Deanna Lynn Galante shared the same birthday and the same day they lost their lives. Heather Malia Ho, a pastry chef at the Windows on the World Restaurant on the 107th floor of the World Trade... Continue Reading →
Tonight my fifth daughter (my sixth child) will graduate from high school. She has accomplished so much during her high school career and I am very proud of her. She has a wonderful and bright future to look forward to... Continue Reading →
from home for a couple hours. More pictures to come...
Finding myself sick with a wicked cough and stiff back pain, I am slow to post my Thankful Thursday post. Even though I am quite annoyed at how my body feels like it is literally falling apart, I am still... Continue Reading →
I have decided to start a weekly post called “Thankful Thursday”. If you would like to share your version of “Thankful Thursday” (photos or text or both) in the future, you can link your post to my post on Thursdays... Continue Reading →
Last night, my dear friend, Jeanne passed away, after battling cancer. Jeanne never married or had any children. For several years, she was the school secretary at my children's school. The students were "her kids". She made each kid feel... Continue Reading →
I knew there would come a day during this 21-Day Challenge when I would be too busy to post and yesterday was one of them. So today, I will post two. First, this quick one and then later, I will... Continue Reading →
Gratitude bestows reverence, allowing us to encounter everyday epiphanies, those transcendent moments of awe that change forever how we experience life and the world. John Milton Today, is my mother's 75th birthday. As I wrote in my journal, stating her... Continue Reading →