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Global Blogging #23

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Welcome back to #globalblogging. THANK YOU ALL so much for being a part of the link up!  For new people joining us this week, it’s so great to have you!! We hope to see you again!! 🙂 Meet your hosts!   Once again, we have amazing bloggers from all over the world!!! PORTUGAL / UK / USA / IRELAND / SOUTH AFRICA / SCOTLAND / GERMANY / CANADA / AUSTRALIA / EU-SLOVINIA / GUATEMALA / MALTA/KENYA / THAILAND We ask kindly that you remember to comment and share the posts… Read more »

Dear Friend – With No Kids!

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A little while ago a very dear and special friend made a passing comment that she never read my blog because she wasn’t a mom. As human nature would have it, I was a tad offended. However, once I was able to get over my self pity and think a little deeper into why she made that comment, I was… Read more »

10 things I love about being in my thirties!

I turned 35 this week. As my children sang “Happy Birthday”, showering me with kisses and laughter, I looked at the full table in front of me; an amazing husband and father, four gorgeous children, and I thought to myself: “My, how I have grown.” Here’s my list of what I love about being in my 30’s Becoming more mature…. Read more »

Apologies To The Girl I Bullied

A glance back to the day I bullied the new girl… I don’t remember your name. I just know you were sitting on your own during recess and I, the angry teenager, decided to take my own issues out on you! I remember you had blonde hair, and I remember you cried. If only I knew then what I know… Read more »

#tbt to The Day I Said “I Do”

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This week I’ve been thinking of two of my very special friends who are getting married this year. One actually ties the knot tomorrow… It got me thinking about the day I said “I do” (only a short 10 years ago). My husband and I were so young then (23 and 24 years old, respectively). Everything that leads up to… Read more »

The Everlasting Impact

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Growing up without a father meant that, among other things, I always found it difficult to understand and appreciate the dynamics and beauty of a relationship between a father and his child(ren)… That is, until I got married. It was a strange sight to see. The love and adoration my kids feel for this man that holds my heart! To… Read more »

The Painful Truth

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That moment… you look into each others’ eyes, you say I do, and for those few seconds time stops…  Absolute bliss, perfect romance, pure delight and unwavering love. The next few years seem to rush by in a flash. You make a home, putting your own unique touch on everything from furniture to cutlery. You embark on new adventures and explore all… Read more »

Forgive Me Son

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You have so many defining moments as a parent. Those moments that make you think and feel so deeply it’s almost unfathomable. You can’t explain it, really, you just know that this moment will change your life. Well, I had a moment just like that a few weeks back. My 4 year old was driving me up the wall. He… Read more »