Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I'm a mom and a grandma with a four-year-old living in the house, so I figure I can relate with the Moms who grace this site--you sound like such wonderful women I had to jump into the fray. The other day at the swimming pool Little Boy Darling walked past a mirror and said he didn't like his reflection. His mom asked why. His response: "I'm not a great admirer of cuteness." (I am though.)
I've been working on a book of letters, my mother's and mine--that's my task right now.
What is your blogging philosophy?
On http://www.wishonawhitehorse.blogspot.com I write under the title "Beyond That Next Turning of the Canyon Walls," that pretty much explains it, we never know what lies beyond the next bend. That is the discovery in life. I began blogging when I had horses, I followed myself around, we lived in Oregon, moved to Hawaii, moved to California, and how we are back in the green green grass of home--Oregon. I relate to Mom's who need, desire, and hunger for time to themselves.
I have been blogging since...
Gosh, I can't remember, about 2007
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Welcome to MBC! We are glad to have you here. We look forward connecting more with you here. I'm a Super Mama who has a family friendly blog. I also have a weekday blog hop called Exposure 99%. Come find out for yourself. This weekday blog hop helps you get more dedicated readers and blog followers. Hope you link up weekly. If you have any questions about how to link up do not hesitate to let me know. Visit me @ One moment in time, I'll sure return the love :-)
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