It truly is a wonderful life, I am so grateful to be alive.
One of the most full of joy experiences, for me, is coming here. I believe that you ladies here are so positive, so supportive and so joyful in your lives. I believe that you share and express this joy in your bears, and in your posts. I don't think that you ladies understand how incredable you are, and what a joy you are to so many of us.
I think this pretty much says it all..........
My story wasnt about getting a kitchen or rewards. It was about excepting an acknowledging that good things happen to us,and we should'nt feel guilty. There are people that like us, and we shouldnt ask why. Accept all the good that comes to you with an open and loving heart.
When they say what comes around goes around, BOY IS THAT SO TRUE.
Matilda your story is great well done all round...pictures please.
Gina, what a very special moment for you with your special little boy. I have an autistic son too and for the first time in his life on the day I was having my operation (Sept 13th) he put his arms around me and kissed me twice on my cheek...he is twenty six.
I always wanted to live in a castle. Knowing that is not a realistic dream, I thought that the next best thing would be to pretend. So my wee home is a small habitable suite in a corner of a derelic castle.
The painted words in the last post of mine are part of two songs.' The morning has broken...' and 'scarborough fair'. I'm just lucky I can do as I please in my home. There is noone to consult.
But the I'd do my own thing anyway :lol:I'm soooo baaadddd. :twisted:
YA SILLY BUGGAS :doh:
IT'S A ' PRETEND' CASTLE. :doh: "PRETEND"
and it's a work in progress. I'll take some pic's of my paint work, sometime. I have a bear to make and its not going right. I'm not dedicated enough to the poor wee thing. I'm suppose to be needle felting now, but noooooo I'm in teddytalk are'nt I????? ( So stop hateing me, even in a nice way)
You are all a bunch of nanna's