Today was my Grandma's Favorite Day! She always told me anyone with Irish in their blood could do anything they put their mind to on St Patty's Day! Well, I guess she was right because officially at 12:07 am this morning my second book was made available on Kindle, Nook, and Print! I am excited this is the direction I have hoped to move for a long while and book three is now officially in the works! So although Grams isn't here to celebrate my accomplishment on St Patty's Day I have my book live, My Corned Beef Sandwiches Made, Shepard's Pie in the oven as well as a few other treats. Check out the links below to see the new book! Wherever you are Grams I did it again with the help of our Irish Strength and Determination!
Sunday, February 19, 2017
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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Oh, you know what I am talking about. No matter what the age your kids are you fight and struggle to clean. Right now I am currently letting the bleach sit on the hair dye or makeup blotch that was under the garbage can. I thought the kids had molded the bathroom for a second but nope its hair dye or makeup in a square foot section. So why the bleach soaks I figured I would tell the tale to you moms. I mean my girls at home range from the age 13 to 16, plus a son that is 10 and my house is trashed. Okay, I will admit Buddy, our golden retriever did play a small part in the mess but as I told the kids if you clean up your stuff the dog will not touch it. But nope as a mom, we are the last ones heard no matter what we say. So mom's on the cleaning battlefield today I salute you. I hope your battle is won. Good Luck!
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
As a community of moms can you imagine the mountains we could move with us all coming together and working as one? I mean seriously look at the big picture all moms have special and hidden talents and if we just worked together building each other up and helping promote each other can you imagine the good that could happen?
In a community of woman, we feel each others pain and loss because most of us have been through the same thing or at that very moment probably going through a similar or same experience. We should comfort those in need and celebrate when a fellow mom triumphs. We should not slam those moms out of jealousy or hatred. The same goes when they are bragging about their kids or husbands. They are bragging on them for something awesome that happened then we as moms should take up the mantle and congratulate them. If we have pride in our family and brag about it why shouldn't any other mom as well? Not one person is better than the other.
As mom's we are the ones who need to teach this generation that hate and slander will not be allowed. We need to show our kids by actions and examples that we need to banish the hate from our life and live with love and tolerance in our hearts. We are the foundation of our homes, we are the ones who are raising the future of the human race and if we don't teach them how to live and tolerate they will be in a ton of trouble. So let's celebrate our differences as moms and lead our fellow mom's in becoming a strong and mountain moving group building each other up instead of taking each other down.