Favorite Childhood Reading As a pre-adolescent girl I can’t imagine life without the escape I got from my favorite books. Incidentally, they still hold places in my heart today. For instance, among the most influential and remembered tales were “Are you there GOD, it’s me, Margaret, The Boxcar Children, and the V.C Andrews, Flowers In.
I’m not positive, but I think this may be where I can be helpful to others — encouraging couples to open up and be there for each other. Also to back off when their partner needs space. No one grieves the same; everyone takes different paths to get through it. If you can’t come together to realize that and make allowances for each other, you won’t get through it together.
Grandchildren: The little people Grandparents get to love, spoil, show off, brag about, and then send home. Grand-Parenting Grandchildren are GODS gift to parents, after raising our children. Our hearts somehow grow even bigger with love. I love mine with such intensity; it brings me joy to hear them laugh. Sadly, my husband and I.
Caregivers are at the heart of why I started blogging. We need to be heard and understood. It is helpful knowing you are not alone and it is my hopes that we can come together for change and for the best interest of the children we sacrifice for.
Kinship Care Crisis in KY As I was Googling Kentucky Kinship Care 2018 yesterday I came across the coalition page. There had been an update in the last week. Still no money, but leaders have been in session and addressing supports for Kinship providers. The plans will not be shared until later this year and … Continue reading “KY’S KINSHIP CARE CRISIS”