welcome frog

welcome frog
My Frog Fred Welcomes You To My Blog

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Take a breath

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

I have so much to tell ya'll

Hi everyone! I'm still here. Please be patient with me as my computer is on the fritz. I'm trying to get it fixed. I miss you guys though. I don't want ya'll to think I've jumped ship. I typing from a friends computer. Some of you are wondering why I don't got to the library to get online. Well, the library is a little far for me to go to all the time. Please pray I get my computer up and running soon. Without my blog I feel like you've tied one hand behind my back. I will visit everyones blog as soon as I can. Scouts honor. Even though I was never a scout. She said w/ a grin on her face.~~~ Guess what!??!!  I am going in a couple of days to check out a college called the Art Institue Of Houston. I'm so... excited. I'm looking into taking classes to get my degree in WEB DESIGN. Isn't that great?

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Unanswered questions

When my daughter of 6 ask me a question and I don't have the answer my response is , "Let me research this and I'll get back to you". But, what do you do when there is no explanation? Why is a male ladybug called a lady? A dragonfly looks nothing like a dragon. How did it get it's name? And butterfly, Mom it's NOT butter flying. Do you think a catapiller looks like a cat? How come most nursery rhymes are mean? Why was Humpty Dumpty never put together again? Didn't they have glue Mom? Somethings just have no answer I tried to explain to her. She looked at me so puzzled and said,"But aren't Moms' suppose to know everything?" I chuckled and replied,"I wish Sweetheart. No nobody knows everything." I could see the wheels in her head turning as she sat there quietly. Then she ask sweetly,"Will I know all the things you know when I get as big as you Mommy?" I then gave her the same response I remember my Mom giving me. "Sweetie, when you get to be my age I pray that you will know lots more than I do now." I could just see my Mom looking down from her cloud telling me how proud she was of me.