Dear Dad


 I never realized how big of a void there would be in my life without you in it.

You always tried to find the good in everyone and every situation.

You may be gone but you will never be forgotten because you will always be in my heart.

I placed flowers on your grave for fathers day but somehow that never seems like enough.

Father’s Day is like one of the toughest holidays for me to get through. It has been 2 years and 9 1/2 months since you passed away and I really do not know where the time has gone.

Happy Father’s Day I love you!


Grandkids & shots

Our youngest grandson Adrian recently turned a year old.

Our daughter took him in for his shots. Later the next week he broke out with the measles rash from the MMR shot.

This started on the trunk of his body and quickly spread. There were so many bumps there was no way to count them all.

His pediatrician said she had only ever seen one reaction and it was 6 -years ago and nowhere near as bad as he was.

We are still waiting for his bumps to completely go away so I can do his pictures.

They have started to fade on his body but he still has some on his face.

Children need their shots but always be aware of the possible side effects.

Life Lesson # 3 – Two faced people

A two faced person could be a friend or a family member.

Anyone who talks to you behind someone else’s back and befriends that person at the same time will do the same thing to you behind your back.

They thrive on creating friction between people. Every day they have to think of something bad to talk about to someone else because this is what gets their adrenaline pumping.

Two faced people can not be trusted because all the do is make up lies at the expense of others just to get attention. Your life has to be pretty boring to want to hurt others so badly you would do this.

No one needs people like this in their life the drama is not worth it.