Blog reflection

Today is Columbus day and my youngest daughter is home from school and my husband Gary is home from work too.  So I thought I would reflect on my blog.  This is all very new to me so if anyone has any encouragement I would really appreciate it.  I’m just trying to help other people who may be struggling in one way.  I’m just a mother who has two grown daughters and two who live with me.  I’m also a grandma to three and one more on the way in December.

Sometimes I feel like I want to do something but right now I am just staying home trying to keep myself busy.  I have worked in several daycares and preschools.  I have worked with all age groups.  This can be a very rewarding job!  I do the usual things laundry, clean the house and do the dishes.  After my daughter has her baby girl in December I’m going to babysit her.  I’m looking forward to that.  I really can’t take a regular job right now because both of my parents have serious health problems so I like to be around when they need something.  I only live five minutes from them.  So it’s very convenient.

I like to write so this is great for me.  I hope you keep coming back and I will try to do my very best! Please if you need anything I will try and help !  If you have any suggestions for me I hope you know you can share it! I would love to hear all of your stories too! I will share my life experiences and some poems!  It’s my hope that I can help someone! I hope you are all having a great day and enjoying the beautiful fall weather.


One thought on “Blog reflection

  1. SpiritualJourney17 October 12, 2016 / 2:48 am

    It seems writing is therapeutic for you especially since you have parents to take care of and a family of your own. Keep writing!


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