via Daily Prompt: Vice Today's prompt took me in a completely different direction than I would have thought. Vice led to Miami Vice and that led to television shows in the eighties. Show of hands, how many of you grew up in the eighties?? What was your favorite television show? I can remember watching shows … Continue reading tv in the eighties
The sky is blue, no clouds in sight A smile on her face and laughter in her eyes. Special times with her friends around Every moment her own, she revels in every sound. Taking joy in the small things and not a care in the world She's your average, happy teenage girl. One day she … Continue reading before and after
via Daily Prompt: Cheat When you think about cheating, you should think again. Hearts get broken and non one wins. Risking it all and losing trust, all because of absolute lust.
via Daily Prompt: Expert ...continued from growing up mommy (pt. 4) A little about my oldest… He was a momma’s boy. We are talking about his bio mom. When we won custody of them, we picked them up on a Sunday night. We got home and I began to cook dinner. He was helping me … Continue reading growing up mommy (pt. 5):
I was fifteen. I was at my boyfriend's house and my mom called me and told me I had to come home. Something was wrong, I could hear it in her voice. As I walked the half block home, I was anxious and afraid. I had no idea what I was going home to, but … Continue reading i am not a mistake
written from my daughter's perspective based on several conversations regarding this incident... “She must be out of her mind! She has no idea who she’s messing with!” As I sat on my bed crying, watching my mom scroll through my phone, it was obvious that she wasn’t going to let this go. It was no … Continue reading mama bear
...a continuation of growing up mommy (pt. 3) So much has happened... I guess I should start by saying that my kids have not seen their biological mother in six and a half years. You may be asking yourself, "How does that happen?" Well, a lot of things took place that eventually got us to … Continue reading growing up mommy (pt. 4)
Learning I have often wondered what it would be like to raise a child from birth. My babies came to me when they were six, seven and eleven. I wasn’t there when they were learning how to take their first steps or when they said their first words. I have wondered what it would be … Continue reading thankful for the memory
Exhausted is an understatement There’s always so much to do When I get one task finished It seems like it’s replaced by two I make a list to keep things simple And try to go one by one But when you have a list of fifty It feels like you’ll never get it done I’d … Continue reading my “to do” list
Can we all agree that past events can affect the future? Things that happen to us when we are young leave wounds. Some of those wounds turn into scars that never fully heal. Once the feelings from those events are imprinted on your brain, it will affect the way that you act and react in certain situations. … Continue reading is it worth the risk?