They said some “baby snow” is lost in #Las Vegas… Poor little snow! Maybe she followed her bigger friend “gust” or her cousin “cold”… who knows?! She’s here and her playmates seem to have other thing to do and let her wonder alone 🙁
I have to do something; I can’t let her wonder in this “dangerously” hot city! I’ll meet her and give her a shelter in my home for start, then I’ll treat her with some hot tea and we’ll make a plan! After she’ll thaw a little I’ll see if she has her mother’s phone number, if not, I’ll make some phone calls to see if someone knows where her mother is.
Oh, here she is! I found her somewhere in South Summerlin… WOW, she’s freezing and scared, barely can talk 🙁 Ok, no time to waste, let’s go inside where is warm and cozy. Here is some tea and a blanket, poor “baby snow”! All right now, she seems to be better (melting 🙂 ).
For this Christmas I wish you all healthy, peace and happiness!
This holiday is for me a family one, one when all of us gather home and celebrate, share, give and receive. Family and friends are supposed to be together and share this beautiful holiday.
Its beauty surrounds us from childhood until seniority and gives us same amount of joy no matter the age. Receiving presents from Santa as children, or be “Santa” later make us feel specials… maybe we are, at least ones a year.
Its beauty comes from every shared feeling and from any thoughtful thought, from the love we give and from the one we receive… and from the food 🙂
Its beauty comes also from the opening we feel to give, to help the ones in need and to get dressed as understanding, loving people… some wear this “style” all year long, double applause for them!
Let’s give more and more often, maybe we’ll get use to it and becomes a habit.
Merry Christmas all!
Being a parent for my son and my parent’s child it’s something new to me, it came with a lot of dilemmas and sometimes disputes especially because now I have two pairs of parents 🙂 … don’t get me wrong, I thank God for that. Family means everything to me, it’s my universe and my home no matter where I am. So, my new position caught me a bit unprepared and I’m not sure I managed it in the best way.
When my son came in our life it was a very expected moment and a boundless joy, some of you with kids surely get me here. I and my better half was prepared for almost anything, not well trained for all the effort but open to any and all the extra that was needed.
I miss u guys and can’t wait to reunite!
I already found the best places for walks, funny toys, tasty foods and anything you think of. I also saw a lot of potential new friends for us, four and two legged ones. The weather is perfect (especially for you Shlomi 🙂 ), sunny and warm.
Be prepared for trips around the city and beyond, we have a lot to explore! You’ll need to be fit so please do not linger all day, make some exercise 🙂
No, we’re not gonna sleep in the same bed we’ll have them separately but close. And please try to exercise less barking cause here people pick up quickly and lots of barking is not necessary.
Until we’ll meet again, please be good and listen to mommy.
Today is a special day, my half’s birthday. Happy birthday love, many kisses!
I’m at over six thousand miles away, missing you, crave for your presence and miss you again while I #love you with all of me.
Distance is tough when in love and tougher when special occasions are missed, I can tell you that. I thought of you all day and all night and another day and night since distance allows me to extend your birthday 🙂 double the joy and double the pain.
I think that all my feelings should be capped and preserved until we’ll reunite so you can enjoy them also… so I choose to put them in a bag and wait for you my love.
I’ll call #Las Vegas “She” because it suits better with all the qualities I found in it and also with my vision for this story, it is a love story after all.
We’ve know each other for some time and we started courting each other about two years ago when we decided to give it a try, to see if we can live together. This year I made the step, as “She” couldn’t move from current location (logistical issues). Reception was over expectations: fireworks, limousine, champagne, whole nine yards.
After few days of laying together we started meeting other couples: “Store” family, “Restaurant” family, “Sightseeing” family, “Weather” family and many more, all receiving us, as a couple, in a very friendly manner as if we’ve known each other for years. Nice feeling!
About four months ago I found out that I was infected with hepatitis c virus. Not good news! After some additional tests I got even worse news, I was in stage 4, the final stage of the disease. My diagnostic was chronic hepatitis c with compensated cirrhosis. Doctors came to the conclusion that I was infected 30 years ago when I suffered an accident and needed blood transfusion. I got scared, badly, mostly because all the prognostics were not in my favor and living in Romania wasn’t an advantage either. I realized shortly after that there are a lot of people infected, that there are many who have the virus and don’t know about it (I was one of them), and how dangerous the virus is. Basically it’s a disease with no, or very mild, symptoms. It advances quietly in years without any sign (my case) and it can be fatal.
Nothing… Or, nothing about it out of the ordinary. So, why bother write about it? Simple, we all have relationships and we are always in search for answers to various questions.
I have some relationships, friends, family, colleagues, etc… I’m quite special, aren’t I? 🙂
Seems like there are a lot of connections between them, more than I thought. What I want to point out is the attitude regarding others, how much I am alike with family, friends, colleagues, etc.?
With my family I am loving, protective, close, supportive, truthful and also demanding and rigorous.
They don’t know it though. And that’s a good thing, I guess… I remember that when I realized I can “understand” life, during my “teenage era”, immediately I stopped learning and started assuming that I know everything (while I’m writing this I can’t help to wonder: have I matured?!). Continue reading