My brother-in-law Jamie & his wife Becky were foster parents for a while in Omaha, Nebraska and they feel in Love & adopted Siyea, a beautiful 6 year old. I'm looking forward to seeing her again to celebrate Christmas time for the first time w/ her.
Adoption can be a beautiful option for the right couple and child.I should know I was born several/ lots of years ago ( on this date) and adopted 3 weeks later by Daddy Maurice & Mama Betty. They always told me I was wanted, so it wasn't a strange thing for me. Although both are no longer here (R.I.P) which makes me sad thinking about that, until I think of the good times I had growing up. Precious memories puts a BIG SMILE on my face and makes my heart hurt less. Adoption isn't for everybody, but it certainly is a WONDERFUL option when it works! Something to Think about!
I am Thankful I have my family.. my honey Ted & Furbaby Huey to celebrate 'My Day' and 'Thanksgiving Weekend'. I LOVE THEM SO MUCH! It means the world to me. Enjoy each moment you have w/ your family & friends. You will cherish them later when they can't be w/ you. Have a Happy & Safe Thanksgiving Holiday! Y'all Rock! Heather
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Weather Alert would be the northen cold front meeting up w/ Hurricane Sandra to dump rain on Central Texas w/ the majority happening Friday in to the weekend. It will make temps much colder, but we should haven't anything other than rain. There is a possibility of Flash Flooding. Remember Turn around Don't Drown! Click here !
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It seems like the New England Patriots are magnets for controversy.
The whole Deflategate thing is finally winding down, but now the 10 & 0 Pats have another tempest brewing.
At least this one isn't about them. It happened to them.
They're calling it Whistlegate.
During Monday's game between the Patriots and the Buffalo Bills, a referee blew a whistle that ended a play that looked like it might have resulted in a Patriots touchdown. After a huddle of about 15 minutes (okay, that's an exaggeration), the refs announced that the whistle had been "inadvertent."
And the football world goes mad! At least this will give folks something to chew on for the rest of the season, right?