Gone are the days of playing with dolls. Talking to them and pretending they are your best friends. For those of you who grew up playing with a doll houses, plastic army figures and GI Joe's, this article may bring back some memories. For the readers who missed out on doll and toy... Continue Reading →
FOUND FREE ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB AND WE THANK YOU! https://www.createspace.com About CreateSpace Through theirservices, you can sell books, CDs, and DVDs for a fraction of the cost of traditional manufacturing, while maintaining more control over your materials. They make it simple to distribute your books, music, and video through Internet retail... Continue Reading →
A mothers memoirs Begin Today--Unknown So, brief a time we have to stay along this dear, familiar way; It seems to me we should be kind To those whose lives touch yours and mine. The hands that serve us every day, Should we not help them while we may? They are so kind... Continue Reading →
Make your bed, pick up any cloths from the night before, properly dispose them or re hang or draw them.
The call came in. It was my sister..... excitedly blurting out the news that our birth mother is in town and would like to see us...... Me being the oldest daughter of 6, taken or given from my birth mom at the tender age of two. I needed to make a choice to see her... Continue Reading →
The 35 Symptoms of MenopauseThis list of common symptoms that occur during perimenopause and menopause was developed from the real-life experiences of hundreds of women. All symptoms were experienced by numerous women and were either cyclical in nature, or responded to treatments (both traditional and alternative)known to address hormonal imbalances.Hot flashes, flushes, night sweats and/or... Continue Reading →
Mother(s) & Father(s) Love Mother(s) loveby Rose Marie C. Leo Once there were two woman who never knew each other. One you do not remember and the other you call Mother. Two different lives shaped to make yours one. One became your guiding star the other became your sun. The first gave you life and the second taught you to live in... Continue Reading →
http://seanasmith.webs.com/Sean A Smith-Artist StatementI first heard this quote from Edvard Munch, Norway’s most famous painter, known for his painting “Scream”, in 2009 when I was taking Painting I. I knew from that moment, that was how I wanted to create my art. Not from his style, but from the purpose behind it. I believe as... Continue Reading →