I am sorry that I haven’t written much this past week. Big things are happening here in Odieland. Soon, I will tell you everything. Keep coming back.
Oooh! Another mini-Odie announcement coming up?! 🙂 I can never turn down the opportunity to “guess” – just so – when the announcement’s made, I can say – “I was right!!” – or – “my ‘tuner-inner’ sure wasn’t workin’ that day!
I’ve thoroughly enjoyed your most recent blogs – and would have added a comment – except for being buried under boxes and totes, as this retired lady moves from a small condo to a smaller condo! I thought I’d downsized before I moved – but, ohmygawd – there’s still so much more ‘stuff’ that needs to go!
Loved your thoughts on your 13-year old self……..I wasn’t a douche – though I might have liked to be – but, I was too afraid to have an opinion of my own when I was 13 – lest it be smacked out of me………..So, I would have told myself that it’ll all end up OK. Down the road little girl, you will have opinions – and some of them will be sound and valid ones too. Some of them will grow and change as your life grows and changes – and all-in-all, when your 13-year-old self has lived enough years to look back (safely) – you will see that everyone (including the adults who didn’t encourage opinions in the young), were just doing the best they could, with the history that they had. Oh! – and one more thing – you will learn much about how NOT to parent – and your child will be raised soooooooo much differently! (and she was!) 🙂
Your nursing struggle made my heart bleed for you. You’re such a good Mom! I did nurse – only for a few months though – back-to-work kind of put ‘paid’ to carrying it on – so, I can’t imagine reaching the stage where you have a conversation with your child about nursing – but, I can feel your pain – both emotional and physical! Hope the new stage in your and baby V’s life is progressing comfortably for both of you….
Is there another Rosemary? I’m Rosemary, too!
Hope your news is good – that’s quite a hook there!
Just wanted to say I found a photo of Baby V on an older post of yours. At least, I think it’s Baby V. If not, you should claim the child as your own for blogging purposes, because actually, that IS a beautiful baby. Reminds me of those Ivory Snow photos of Brooke Shields as an infant with those gorgeous eyelashes! Sorry – she’s much cuter than sprites!
Well – hello, Rosemary! There’s not many of us around – and here’s 2 on Mrs. Odie’s blog! Nice to meet you!
(Sorry, Mrs. Odie – not meaning to begin my own little social club of “readers named rosemary!) 🙂
Thank you very much. Rosemary grows wild outside my front door. It smells heavenly.
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