When I was a Bluebird one of the girl’s dad had a plane and he took us up in it and we flew over Eugene, could see my house and backyard! We all thought it was so cool!
I’m glad! Such a treasure! When my husband was alive, I can honestly say we don’t have regrets, we loved each other every day and showed it!
She’s going to kill her!
Took me a minute!
When my husband passed, barely 51, 18 1/2 years ago, I began “looking for the small joys” in life now that my big one was gone. And every day I find one, even if it’s a stranger letting you merge in traffic! Practicing this has changed me into gratefulness, positivity!
She wasted a plant on him!
Except it won’t reach that far!
So sad, such a double standard! I’ve known others that made the same decision, I applaud them. My stepson did, he also did a web business from home, he said she had the great job with benefits and he had the patience, so…worked for them!
My kids were 10 and 12 when I went back to work, my daughter needed braces, ins. didn’t cover, worked ever since (now retired). But glad I got to be home with them those early years.