What is the ideal childhood? You are secure in the love of your parents and you get some of your desires of your heart?
My blogging friend Carol is good at using Instagram and Twitter in connection with her blog. Please click on the link to find her original Instagram post via Twitter. In one of her other posts Carol describes how her ex husband was an expert in making their marriage look fine and normal even though she was held in captivity. Following is […]
Lawrence (1899) and John (1906) were born in Iowa and North Dakota, respectively by immigrants from Denmark. Their father and mother, two small sisters, came to the States to seek new possibilities for a better life in 1893. This immigrant Peder Jorgensen, who went to the States in 1893, is my husband’s great-grandfather’s brother. Henry, my husband and Leah are third cousins, […]
Taking in snowdrops from my garden Reminds me of my mother She was gentle and modest Always thinking of us and of people Who might need a letter or a call At her funeral stories were told of her kindness
Earlier this year I stumbled upon Katherine Ottaway’s blog “KO Rural Mad As Hell Blog” and found interesting posts on helping children, on helping drug addicts and of course she blogs on many other personal subjects . Subtitle of her blog is: Rural doctor, mom, writes poems, dance, sing. I am so glad that Katherine accepted to guest blog for […]