When my children remember their childhood, I want only for them to remember that their Mother gave it her all. She worried too much, she failed at times & she did not always get it right, but she tried her hardest to teach them about kindness, love, compassion & honesty. Even if she had to learn it from her own mistakes she loved them enough to keep going, even when things seems hopeless, even when life knocked her down. I want them to remember me as the woman who always got back up.
<p>Recently I have been inspired by the work of Gretchen Rubin, author of Happier at Home. This inspiration has prompted me to identify some “projects” I would like to take on from now until the end of the year!!! I heard from many of you that wanted to “work” on …</p>
Seeing my kids happy. And you don't want that...selfish. Inflated ego...hurt me not them...just a sad bully who would rather prove nothing and make children miserable. Get over yourself for a change...look at your own family!