October 11, 2009


Today it's cold and blustery outside, but I'm warm and happy. I have so many things to be thankful for, things that I really DO notice on a daily basis. I'll post about all the little things as time goes by. For now I'll tackle the most important: I have a family that I love deeply, and they love me. I really don't think anything else matters.

My kids make me want to be the best parent and the best person I can be. They amuse me, they challenge me, they push the limits of my ability. I love watching them grow and change; it's a thrill and an honour to be their mom.

My partner helps me to accept myself and the world around me. He's my rock; he is the voice of reason and caring that carries me through the everyday problems both big and small. He's sexy, funny, trustworthy, a man of the world. With him, I am more comfortable with just being myself.

This past year has seen us grow both figuratively and literally as a family. We've been together as a new little family for about 18 months. We have a new baby. We're much more a team, we're more solid, we're the foundation for each other, and isn't that what family is all about? I'm one blessed, happy, thankful lady.

1 comment:

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