mommy !I promise I wont pull the clothesoff the line again !
a different spin on the old saying" haning you from the ceiling by your thumbs!"
"Mom, Am I dry yet?"
Well the label said "Wash and Wear"...
Hello Camille,You write beautifully, from your heart. I just read most of your blog. You have wisdom and strength, but I don't think you always appreciate yourself enough. My Mama's a nurse and she is, as most nurses are amazing people. Nursing is not easy, but it is one of the most respectable professions I believe. Cheers, Sarah
Puts a whole new meaning to being hung out to dry, doesn't it?PS...RFP is a Request for proposal. Government grants, contracts, etc. The first one I did was a government contract. The second was a special needs grant.Oh, that government lingo!
How the heck did I get up here? I only had one bottle!
"Damn cut rate carnivals!"
"There's more then one way to hang the laundry.IT's all in how you look at it"sure hope your spirits are up a bit((hugs))MBPS where did you get the picture??
Love this picture....too cute!!Thanks for your comment about my parents.Thinking of you and hoping your heart feels better.
Hi!No, I wasn't in Africa during the Rwandan genocide. I was in the States, and like most of us didn't hear much about it. (They are only Black and so the world didn't care. It still makes me furious!! And, now it is happening in Sudan and again we do nothing! -Enough with the rampage)I love "Hotel Rwanda". If you are interested in that there is an amazing Canadian man, Lt. Gen. Roméo A. Dallaire who wrote "Shake Hands with the Devil" about his time as the head of UN in Rwanda. Powerful stuff. I highly recommend it, but be prepared to shed a tear and scream in anger once or twice. Thanks for your visit and comments to my blog. Cheers!
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