Last, but not least, is an enormously important fact to stress, as I’m writing this. There are definitely those, whom have impacted my life–good and bad–and it’s a complicated choice. When I say, ‘bad’, that just means I was given more challenging lessons to learn and grow from; to become me, as I am now. I share my award with my youngest son, Kieran, as he was the last person to enter my life during a long stretch of disquiet. We have a similar disposition, and in a house of differing characters, it was a comfort to me. I could relate. It was easy. It was natural. …and he called me on Mother’s Day, of his own volition…lol. Despite your ability, young man, to rattle my cage, thank you for choosing me to be your Mom! Love, hugs, and kisses!
In your imaginary award acceptance speech (yes, we know you have one), who’s the very last — and most important — person you th
In your imaginary award acceptance speech (yes, we know you have one), who’s the very last — and most important — person you