Categotry Archives: Babble

Finding the funny…

Heads up – if you will be offended by my making fun of the “witness” crowd, please stop reading now.  If you don’t like my point of view, that’s okay too and please stop reading now.  And if you happen to be from Mill Valley, I apologize, and please, please friends stop reading now! Tomorrow I will post some puppy and rainbow commentary about the goings on with Miss Macey so check back then if I haven’t deeply offended you [...]

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Happy Mother’s Day

We celebrated Mother’s Day today. I have a lot to be thankful for this Mother’s Day, and those thoughts helped me find more joy today than I’ve felt all week.  I wouldn’t be celebrating today if I didn’t have 2 awesome boys and a beautiful little girl to afford me the title.  I also wouldn’t have met my friend Lisette if I hadn’t become a mother. Parker got up with the boys, who were so excited that they woke up [...]

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Rest in peace my dear, sweet friend.

I lost a friend.  A dear friend unlike anyone I’ve ever known.  I was blessed to cross paths with her and am eternally grateful for her friendship and love over the past 6 years. My sweet Lisette fought a brief, yet courageous battle with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.  I’m still in shock.  She was diagnosed just shy of 3 weeks ago. When I heard the diagnosis, I was heartbroken and hoped beyond hope there was some big mistake.  How could someone [...]

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Macey will understand

I had planned to go to the Chinese Consulate in the city on Thursday morning but I had a little setback.  I was just about to get into the shower when I hit the button on my phone simply to do a time check.  That’s when I saw that I had a missed call and voicemail from a good friend.  I knew something was up just by the fact that she had called so early.  After listening to her voicemail, [...]

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Words for a birth mother

I have a whole new post just about ready to go but I just watched a clip that made me screech to a halt and start anew.  I’ll put up the other, fun post, tomorrow. I just watched a clip from the show Smash.  It’s towards the end of an episode and Julia (Debra Messing) is reading a letter she wrote to her daughter’s birth mother.  I don’t know what the context of it was as I only watched this [...]

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