It seems like it’s time to rework my identity again.
I have become a great grandmother! A little boy named Henry
Has enriched my life immeasurably. He arrived several weeks early,
which kept the whole family in hopeful prayer for weeks.
He is home, thriving and of course–adorable.
And in other areas: Big News for this GGMa.
My other news is about my new author hat. I will wear it proudly after toying with a story for several years, starting and stopping, finding and losing a couple of illustrators, and finally seeing my book in print. The image above is from Amazon where you can purchase this children’s book. It is based on a true story of my former neighbor, Gloria, a young girl, and two cats.
So happy to join you all here on my blog again. For those few who actually like rhymes:
Willow, Willow, where art thou Willow? (My cat, remember?) Are you hiding under the bed? Or perched on a kitchen chair? There's no doubt you're here still, For your hair is everywhere. You play mean tricks on me, In the middle of the night. From tangling in the venetian blinds- To turning on the light. The light is a touch lamp on the dresser, So it's easy for Willow to manage, And I was sound asleep, Which worked to her advantage. As I jerked awake and swung my arms about, She seemed to find this funny, So she jumped on my neck and pinned me down, My mood was far from sunny! I can't stay mad though because, With her wide-eyed stare, she's adorable. She is so pretty and amusing, Though I find her behavior deplorable.