My Yugioh Cards Story – #1 Freed The Matchless General

So I was telling you in a previous post that I bought many Yugioh cards, while connecting with my youngest son.  I also told you I would be telling you why I was buying them for personal reasons over his investment reasons. First one I picked out.  None of these will be in order... but … Continue reading My Yugioh Cards Story – #1 Freed The Matchless General

Finding Yugioh… Serendipity!! and a life story…

So this is a strange senrendipity story... or maybe not.  I pulled out my 2003 collection of Yugioh cards that I bought during a beautiful time in my life with my sons and daughter.  The first and only summer I had with them without working and just doing. My son loved going to Comic Connections … Continue reading Finding Yugioh… Serendipity!! and a life story…

Removing the Negative

This is going to sound weird.  I have, for the first time in my life, a tomato plant.  It's a topsy turvy one, but it was beautiful to watch grow from a small plant to a huge one.  I didn't anticipate much, as I don't have a green thumb like my mother.  But, I did … Continue reading Removing the Negative

How Can Someone Make You Feel Like Writing This?

I love poems.  I have written many.  But this weekend going through some papers I wrote while I was married to the man I can't hate, but feel there was a great deal of healing after I left, this was truly a reason. I wrote this for him to read.  I was hoping he would … Continue reading How Can Someone Make You Feel Like Writing This?

Another Home Within A Home

So people tell me I'm too nice.  That's all okay.  I would rather be that then too mean? Too self involved? Too untrusting? Too unloving? Seriously? What is wrong with being too nice.  There are adjustments to make if you choose to remain so in a life that is not so nice, but really, what … Continue reading Another Home Within A Home

I found home!

So being away for so long in some people's minds, they asked me to come home.  I didn't know quite where that was, but I figured my children were asking me to come back closer. So I did. It was a tough journey because I had found a place I called my home.  They were … Continue reading I found home!