Well let me start with this is based off my actual divorce and life. Though it’s completely my side and what I have been through. It’s true that you are a divorcing a different person then who you know . The sad part is I don’t think either of us even noticed how much we changed after it all started.
As Emma made herself comfortable, laughing and making small talk, her voice drifted over the air until it faded, echoing from the direction in which she was headed. Not alone, of course - she had that gift of drawing along a tow of handsome looking blokes and some ladies too.
Yes. Your baby is the friggin cutest. You should flaunt them on your Instagram. I know, I know, some people have feelings about that. Some people make efforts to hide their baby to protect their privacy. Unfortunately, we live in a world where that should be a concern. Social media is still one big experiment and privacy is still a huge issue. I am pretty open on social media, my account is not private. I decided since I am already sharing my life, my son is a huge a part of that so yes, I will share his adorable photos.
She looked so vulnerable sitting in the coffee shop drinking her hot chocolate. It had been a while since they'd seen each other and their relationship had been somewhat restrained. Sarah paid for her Grande Skinny Latte and carried it over to the table. Her daughter looked up at her almost sheepishly.
9:00 AM. I wake up from the voice outside my room, “Raani, bring two more slices of bread in the dining area”
I've worked at a frozen yogurt shop/coffee shop for over 3 years now. Yes that's right, a yogurt AND coffee shop, we sell both. It's a quiet job that has given me a chance to interact with a large variety of everyday people, and witness numerous encounters between those people that I believe can give us all a glimpse into what life is truly about. These are those stories.
This is my personal story of my family's ordeal of Hurricane Florence and how humanity can restore your faith when you have nothing.
So if you read my intro, you know a little bit about me by now. If you didn't, I'll give you a short run down. I am a busy body stay at home (for now until my return to full time employment, which will mean a whole new schedule plan - we will cross that bridge when we get there!) mom and farm wife - I look after my one year old son, our four pet cats, our four German Shepherd dogs, plus a herd of fifteen head cattle and four horses. It's winter time, which means my duties are double what they would normally be, since I have to make sure everyone is still thriving in this dreadful cold, and all our maintenance is up to date on our home and our vehicles. Safety and assurance are key when you live outside of town and not near a hospital or emergency services.