Honestly, that’s what Kate did when she read my first post. Not a derisive snort, but one that precedes giggles and outright laughter. My newly formalised fragile sense of self took one huge knock. It got worse. Cute. She says. You are so serious, it’s cute. Then she checked out my ‘about’ and then post ‘one’. Ohhhhh, you’re posting about what you’re grateful for. Boring was implied tonally. I thought I had made that clear in my ramblings. Obviously not. So now you know. Then she moved on, leaving her mother in tatters. Just for a moment. Stuff it. I decided to tell her how much I love her instead. I am grateful for my beautiful daughter. I am grateful for the fact that she loves me. I stalked her tumblr and found this. And she doesn’t realise it yet, but she’s cute and serious too. www.precious-bliss.tumblr.com
You write beautifully! What a talent you have! Smiling as I read your blog. Reminds me to be grateful for my daughter too!
Hey Kerry, such a lovely comment, thank you. Hang in during your time of change and if you’re needing a friend in the same time zone, shout. x
Bring it on Lianne, wonderful idea and I am looking forward to sharing (and hopefully participating in) your future blogs. We all know that our children are our most ferocious critics. xx
Hey Susie … what fun. I so look forward to your input. And to seeing you again soon. x
Love this one Lihani – thanks xxx
Hey Kari B … any grammatical errors will have been for effect. Smiley face, seeing as I’m not an emoticon girl. x
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