This I believe by Lindsay Smalls. Mom what does that mean exactly. Is it simply a name for a woman who bore you or someone who ___ comforts you when you're sad. Is it the name of the woman that kisses all the bruises and make sure you eat your vegetables or is it more. Mom simply a word the children were very early intend to use when they can't think of anything else to say or when they're scared or need help. You hear all different versions depending on the age of the children yelling it or where they're located on the globe. Mom mommy mama madre(?) ma. All have the same meaning to the tiny mouse that yelled at for so many years. You have a word that has become a large part of my everyday for the past five years. Now for some like myself hearing a word mom over and over again
Speaking at the moment. So please leave your message after the tone. Hello Mama. Oh I'm just trying something out. I don't know if voice like it's recording. Ok. I'll give you a call back later. Ok.
Voicemail gobble we-will(?) do this(?) over to look at the tone please record your message when you're(?) finished recording you may hang up or press one for more options. Hey Tina(?) it's mama. I've(?) been trying to call this is a new number for me to do face time where we can(?) see each other. So call me back 231-881-8908. I love you. Bye.
You've been placed on hold please wait. Sorry didn't hear. Yeah I rang you but I rang you and then I pressed it off by accident ___ oh yeah. I'm ok. Yeah yeah I was supposed to be out already I ___ seeing you ok see ___ Job oh my God. Not schedule enough. Yeah ___ bad soon I know ___ yeah I know it can be long ___ than you I'm going to bed. I don't know sometimes I know I'll just lay(?) down.
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Tags: thirtieth birthday, favorite quotes, sixty years
Growing Older I had a conversation with a colleague this week who was celebrating her thirtieth birthday. She said she wasn’t complaining, but thirty is just such a big number! That had me doing some serious thinking. My big number of the year doubles hers! I will be sixty years old in a few months! Does that bother me? Not even a little bit. My dad had such a healthy view of aging that he passed on to me. He always embraced every birthday as “the biggest one yet”! One of his favorite quotes was, “Birthdays aren’t so bad when you consider the alternative!” He passed away four years ago at age eighty-five, having celebrated nearly sixty-six years of marriage to my mother, and giving his family a wonderful example to follow. I’ve considered the place where I find myself at (almost) age sixty: I’m at a place of learning and growing…in my family, in my career, in my personal life. I’ve been married for 38 ½ years to my best friend, growing more comfortable in the quiet or in the silly moments together. Brave enough to take a few trips out of the country together in the last couple of years. I’m mother to three adult children who now believe that I’m a little smarter than they once thought I was. Now I’m able to be a friend as well as parent, sharing their successes and lending a shoulder (or some money!) when tough times come. I’m grandmother to three of the most wonderful little ones, enjoying rocking them as babes, snuggling with them. But I also love playing ball or tag or swimming with them, reading to them/ with them, trying to play a new video game or two…. Just watching them grow. I’ve switched roles with my mother, providing her care, answering her repeated questions, giving her the unconditional love that she’s always had for her family. I find myself learning daily in my job: from classes, TIS colleagues, teachers, students, readings, and hands-on experience. I feel like there is so much for me to learn and so little time to learn it. A new job and a new challenge was exactly what I needed for this year. I don’t think I’m ready for retirement yet! I try to save a little time for me. I love to read and certainly take advantage of the ebooks from our local library. I listen to audio books on my phone or Kindle, making the most of travel time and chore time. I have a “refresh your French” audio book on hold, but I’m not sure if my brain is really up for that! I try to make time to exercise regularly. I started jogging a few years ago and have completed a few 5Ks. I don’t have a genuine bucket list, but just try to do what my mama says daily and “Take one day at a time”, enjoying every moment of each! I truly believe that life’s not over, till it’s over… and who knows? I may even try a zip line this summer!
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Tags: golden treasury, snow ball, ear infection
This I believe(?) by Tracy Mommy(?) I believe that my mother is still in Golden treasury Worthy of love. Even though she has Alzheimer's disease and I'll be in the year. Two thousand. My mother(?) was seventy years old. She's(?) been repeat yourself for some time and we started noticing that she couldn't remember things I will never forget the morning. She called to ask me how to make double bag(?). My mother was the most remarkable cook she can make anything else(?) done that she was asking me how to make this simple appetizer and one day she was babysitting my son. He was on antibiotics for her ear infection. She couldn't remember to give him his medicine. So I wrote down the time and the dosage she forgot what I wrote down and she gave him too much medicine from then(?) on it was like a snow ball she couldn't remember to take her medicine this.
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Tags: Taylor Blood, Chaquella Fogarty, Gina Ray
Good morning Louisiana. And welcome to the battle of the generation brought to you by Marlboro(?) Cigarette. I'm your host Felise Lou. And today we're talking about the modern woman. Today joining us is our first called from New York Mrs Dorothy. Hello Mrs Dorothy. Hi there. I'm here to tell you that times are changing. I'm very disappointed in the modern women smoking in public drinking all day ___ water. But I do like the shorter skirt making me feel wanky(?) and yummy again look for summer time ___ well I don't approve of all them women showing up and again. I believe women should be in the kitchen at home taking care of them children. Here's someone ___ it. ___ and Angelos(?). Hi I'm Darlene and I'm eighteen years ___ from my mama. I gotta change in ___ when I had drink it's so unfair. My mom is ___ do it and all you ___ your ways. Excuse me