The Safest Way to Wish Someone a Happy’s Mother’s Day

I use to be in that exact situation:)#crazy

Thoughts Appear

A few years ago I dreaded going out on Mother’s Day. Miscarriages will do that to you. People assume you’re a mother and then you break down crying and the well-wisher assumes all mothers are crazy and becomes sympathetic to Norman Bates.

Or maybe you’re like me years before that and have a boyfriend who takes forever to propose and when people wish you a “Happy Mother’s Day!” your response is “I’ll may never have kids!”

Anyways…the point is there is only one safe way to wish someone a “Happy Mother’s Day!” And it happened to me a few years ago.

Other Person: You’re not a mother, are you? You don’t look old enough to have kids.

I looked plenty old enough to have kids, but still…Best words ever. Then he continued:

Other Person: Well, maybe next year I’ll wish you a Happy Mother’s Day.

Maybe.

Happy Mother’s Day to…

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May 10 is National Liver and Onions Day

I love liver and Onions with some rice and corn oooowwweee!!! is that not a meal I don’t no what is

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Beef Liver With Parsley-Onions & Lemon: by The Clothes Make The Girl link photo for recipe

Liver and onions, as a traditional English dish,

is enjoying widespread popularity,

Celebrate National Liver and Onions day on May 10th!

Today’s five things to know about Liver and Onions

  1.  Liver and onions is a favorite in the UK and in Germany, where it is usually eaten along with boiled or mashed potatoes.
  2.  Lamb’s liver is the usual choice in the UK and is often accompanied by fried bacon.
  3. In the French traditional recipe the liver is fried with butter and lard.
  4. In Catalan cuisine olive oil is used, instead of butter, and fried garlic is added to the mixture.
  5. In the USA, liver and onions as a dish once enjoyed widespread popularity and could usually be found at family diners and American home-style restaurants. This meal is currently more common to the cuisines of…

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Having children

I have Two children, one going on 3, my son (Bobby) and another going on 5, my daughter (Kazariah). They are the joys of my life..Growing up, there were times I wanted children, and then there were times when I couldn’t stand them, you know being in foster care that’s all you want is for someone there for you and to love you, but kids for me was a big Idk…lol… When I had my first (Kazariah, 2010), my whole world changed..Even though I was homeless, I knew I had to give her the world…I tried my hardest to do everything, school, work, it just seem like I was failing being a parent at the age of 25. People tried to help, but when I feel I’m being taking advantage of I back away and that’s the end of your help…. Then I had my baby boy (Bobby, 2012) like a year and some months later.. I went through the same thing (homelessness), but this time I actually had someone there for me which was a blessing from God.

My children may not have everything they want in life, but they have parents who loves them more than anything in the world. And that inspires me to know that you don’t have to be the richest person in the world to show someone you care about them, Its how much love you put towards your actions.

Hello world!

This is my very first post. I’m not much of a blogger, never did it before in my life…I just want to check it out and give the world a piece of a mind that is different.. I have a family like everyone else, and sometimes it gets a little frustrating when you got little ones and a husband that works a lot. So for me, this is something that I can get away to and tell you whats on my mind.. Cause there’s a lot.. For my readers I like poems that reflect my life and storytelling.. So for my beginning blog I leave you with this…since my blog is about family…

“One day, in Retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as most beautiful.” Sigmund Freud

this relates to me because, I have been in foster care majority of my life, I’ve been homeless most of my adulthood.. Now I have someone who loves me, who has been through the struggle with me when we met, and now we are blissed and blessed.