Hi guys!!! A dear friend of mine (Michael) wrote this poem for his daughter. They are beautiful words and he permitted me to share them with you… Enjoy. @Mickie, I’ll share this story and many others with her, whenever she arrives. *** When I have a daughter,
I’ll tickle her till she cries from laughter and let her know..
That crying is not always a bad thing;
Sometimes it may blur your vision;
But other times it clears the dirt the world throws into your eyes
Sometimes remembering is good Not what is remembered, but what you give your mind as food. I have memories that make me cringe- Memories I wish existed only in my head- Memories that say what I should’ve done instead. Like past tense All the flashbacks are gone Scripted and acted scenes that can’t be undone the pleasant ones make me smile the unpleasant ones make me wonder why. But all the while, it teaches me. It makes me grateful. It shows me how things have changed. How I
Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. Warning: I WILL spoil it for you, so if you intend to read the book or watch the movie, don’t finish reading this blog post! (That’s not true… I tried for you – finish reading!) I saw the movie trailer on my Facebook timeline on Wednesday. I loved it. I saw it again on Thursday, and I realized I had to get the book and read it. There’s no way I was waiting till May 11th to know the details of that story. By Thursday evening, I had obtain