Whenever you are a parent, it seems like you are constantly on the battlefield of raising kids.
So, I’ve been trying to get back to posting on my blog. Summer has been fun and I am so behind. Well, here’s one reason. See picture above.
Back in the old days, it was hard to get things done at home because I had a baby on my lap. Can anyone relate? Well, now the babies are grown and this furry baby has decided she needs a lap too.
She cries and cries until you pick her up. Crazy Holly! Love her, but how can I write with this crazy critter on my lap? Answer: Not very well. 🙂
Well, anyway, I’m working on things and moving this critter along.
Anyone else have crazy, furry babies who need that extra lovin’ too?
I’d love to see and hear about them. 🙂
And, yes, Holly is getting a new life and I have a new blog post coming next week.
Woo hoo! Back on track!
XO – Nikki
Well, that sure went fast. 18 years of life, learning, and love at Norfolk Christian Schools and now, our youngest daughter has graduated and will be on to a new chapter.
I remember it like it was yesterday. I had this sweet, little, blonde-haired, blue-eyed treasure. I had just put her down to bed and I promptly called my mom.
She turned 74 on April 2. I can actually remember when she turned 40. She has always been beautiful and age is not a thief of that to her. She is the nicest person I have ever known and I know many, many people would agree.
To me, she is Mom. To many she is Mom, Grandma, Aunt Rikki, friend.
And there it was. I was driving out of the neighborhood, headed to the grocery store, when I spotted it. It was a familiar darkish-orange and yellow. It was shaped like a little car. It was a Cozy Coupe! It was sitting in the front yard of a neighbor and, to top it off, the car was smiling at me. I immediately had to take a picture. It brought back a flood of memories.