Every morning while I drink my coffee she’s here. Asking my opinion on her hair, clothes and makeup – even when she knows she’s not going to change her clothes if our opinions don’t agree. Every morning she’s here getting ready for school, even those nights when she slept at her father’s the night before.… Continue reading Empty Mornings
How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.
Today my husband and children treated me to breakfast, lunch and supper. I didn’t have to cook anything myself. I took a drive with the kids, read chapter one of the first Harry Potter book to Connor (Jack wasn’t interested) and spent some time doing a puzzle (which had been unfinished for quite some time)… Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day