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Monday, September 19, 2016

My Guest Post on Maa of all Blogs

Miss Autumn was just 2 years old here; seems like yesterday.
Now she's 4 years old & attending pre-k.
I'm particularly pleased to announce my guest post that was published on Maa of all Blogs today. If you know me then you're aware I have quite a generation gap among my children: my oldest child, a daughter, is 25 years old and my youngest child, also a daughter, is 9. In between them are a son who's 12 and an 11-year-old daughter. And, I have a sweet, little granddaughter named Autumn who just turned 4 years old.

Balancing life as a mom and a grandmother takes a little juggling, but I have discovered four tips that help. Pop on over to Maa of all Blogs to read the post today.


Saturday, September 10, 2016

Independent Political Party Beliefs

Today's political climate hardly encourages independent thinking about the best way to move the country forward. Some on the left make efforts to appeal to a broader segment of the American population through its platform; others on the right do the same. Between the two, a middle ground is not always visible. When the middle speaks out of the shadows, one side or the other may attempt to shout it down. However, there is a middle ground for those with independent political party beliefs

How to Navigate the Changing Landscape of Life


My youngest, who's 9, asks to go outside with her friends. I let her go and reiterate the rules and she's gone in less than a minute. Funny, I think, she's going off to play with her friends and her two older siblings are still inside. It wasn't that long ago where she wasn't able to make a move without a sibling in tow. 

At 9 years old she's just a Little Bit - one of the nicknames I use - at barely 60 pounds. So this is a big step in the direction of her independence. Not only has she matured enough to want to go out without her brother or sister, but I'm beginning to feel more comfortable with this development. Even though I haven't moved from the comfort of my bed (thanks to a bug or infection or something that's plaguing me), I've still had her siblings - a brother, age 12, and her 11-year-old sister - check up on her periodically.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

How a Family Law Solicitor Can Help ~ Guest Post

When my paternal grandmother died about 14 years ago, one of the things that made her passing easier to handle was the fact she had all of her legal issues in order, i.e., her will and final arrangement. Losing someone is without a doubt one of the most difficult situations to endure and it can be substantially worse when legal matters are added to the mix. 

Thankfully, we didn't have to worry about disputes over inheritance because everything was laid out for us. To have similar results in this type of situation, it's a good idea to obtain the services of a family law solicitorWhile thinking about our mortality isn't pleasant, it is important to have a will that will, among other things, keep your family from being divided over assets after you're gone