I began this post 11-28-10, and am finally publishing 12-8-10. It seems my freshly cleaned, newly virus-free personal computer is lacking the magic potion that allows me to compose blogs at this moment. Hence, I am at the library... we spend a lot of time at the library.
Through October I didn't know what to post, what to say. Through November I was without access to say much of anything. So now it's December, and there's a lot to say!
We've had some rough times, and we've had some great times. For this, I'd like to present two ideas:
1. What is something you would not like your children to know/experience? and
2. What is something you would desire for your children to know/experience?
My #1: I would not like for them to know the pain of this (my) life-the single, lonely, vulnerable walk that is mine. I wish this on no one.
My #2: I would like for them to know what it's like to give-to give of themselves, to give until they are give out, and know the deep satisifaction that can come, (after, of course, a nap :)
Interesting, how the two seem to be the inside-out of each other.
Until next time, Happy Holidays and God Bless!
From a Peaceful Ozark Hilltop