Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Kitten's Batteries Ran Out


This is my new kitten named Isomer, which is a dragon in one of the fantasy novels that I am writing in my free time. I loved the unusual sound of his name, plus the first part Isom was my grandfather's name.

The night after my best friend brought him to me, I took this picture. I looked up and he was playing with the chair leg. Suddenly, I looked up again and his batteries had died, because he was sleeping while sitting on his bottom. Isomer was holding on to the chair and sleeping, which I thought was completely adorable. 

I thought this was the cutest picture, but please excuse my floor. We used recycled wood from a building we tore down on my grandfather's old property. This allowed us to fix up an old storage shed attached to the house, as a family den. Now, I must find flooring or carpet to put down over it, so it will hide the mismatched boards.

Thanks for stopping by and hope you like my new kitten as much as I do.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Understanding Responsiblities of Exotic Snake Ownership


Python (Not My Snake or Picture)

The Burmese Python and other exotic snakes have been getting bad press coverage lately in South Florida. I have decided to investigate the actual meaning of being a responsible owner of one of these exotic snakes. I found many interesting website that will educate a new snake owner. These snakes need special types of housing and care, so the new owner must be prepared to accommodate their growing needs.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

My Graduation Day Experience...CLASS OF 2011...I did it!!!!



My Aunt and I after ceremony concluded.
Today, was an amazing yet emotional day for me, due to the journey I have endured to get to this point in my life. It was not easy getting my degree, but I know it has and will continue to change my life in ways I cannot even imagine at this point. The morning started out stressful, due to getting ready for graduation. During the time I was getting ready, I was also dealing with getting my son and niece ready as well.
Suddenly, I got my heartbroken by my mom, my grandma, and my twin brother because they cancelled on me. One of my nieces was with me, so I was thankful that she was going at least. My son and my husband were excited, but I felt sad my daughter couldn’t go due to prior commitments with band practice. Then, I managed to get over the heartbreak and let my best friend, Nicole, help me get ready by doing my makeup and my hair.
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My neice, my son, and I.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Orlando's Secret Gems





What does the enchanted city of Orlando have, besides the happiest place on earth? As a visitor, you will find an adventure of a lifetime. Be sure to bring a friend, who can experience the magic with you. Did you know that you can play and swim with real live dolphins at Discovery Cove? Are you interested in exploring, all that Orlando has to offer its special guest? Would like to learn how to sky-dive, with the help of Sky Adventure?

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Road Trip Ideas in the US for Seniors



Have you been dreaming about swimming in the vast ocean or sunbathing on the beautiful coast of Florida? Are you buying an RV and packing it all up, so you can travel during your precious Golden Years? Do you long to go on a relaxing yet fun vacation, where you can collect shells or walking along the endless white sandy coast? If so, check out Florida's beautiful yet unique beaches that line three sides of the state of Florida

The coastline is full of scrumptious beachfront restaurants and other local attractions for you to enjoy, as well as places to shop for souvenirs. Imagine yourself dancing with your spouse or walking hand-in-hand on the beach at dawn. Additionally, you will get to experience fine dining is restaurants that have diverse menus and overlook the ocean. Throughout the Sunshine State, you will find many historical landmarks and learn about Florida’s early history.  


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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Who Should Care for an Aging Loved One?

Granny and my daughter Miranda...Clowning around!
Families should be the first choice in caring for an aging loved one, since the loved one will recuperate better in familiar surroundings. The entire family should be given a voice, on whether he or she will become a full-time caregiver. However, a reality is that some families are unable or unfit, so the hospital would be the proper choice in these circumstances. If a family is willing to care for their loved one, the aging member actually benefits for the closeness of the family unit. (Read More)