A Bright Note
Political infighting… murder in our streets… unheard of natural disasters… the rich get richer and the poor… well after my last post you may be thinking, ‘what’s the use, we’re all doomed.’ And I must admit there are days when I feel like we are all getting crushed under the foot of this fast-food, throw away, life we are being spoon feed, one commercial at a time.
And then it happens, someone that is young enough to understand, that even in this world, life is still what you make of it.
I’m so proud to announce that my niece Stephanie and the world’s best mother has decided after a successful stint in the corporate world to stay home and spend the time with her kids. But that’s not all she has always loved food and as I’ve said in the past, “she’s a darn fine cook! (I think it’s in the genes ((not a double entendre fat joke))”
She started a food / mom at home / life with kids / all things family blog and the writing is very good. Please go check her out at Conference Calls to Meatballs
Personal note, Stephanie I started working from home when Katie Rose went to preschool. I walked her to school and walked her home every day. I went to the school at least once a month and got one of the kids and took them to lunch… maybe just a sandwich, sitting on the tailgate of my truck. But I was there and got to catch them growing up. Too many parents trade more dollars for this precocious time. Although there is a cost, you will never regret this decision.
Lots of love, happy blogging.