¡Amigaaas y amigos! 💞 ¿Cómo están? Subí un nuevo vídeo a mi canal de youtube, el link está en la biografía. Cuando puedan pasen y me dicen qué tal... 🙈😜 Espero que hayan tenido un muy buen lunes. ❤ #youtube#newpost 🎥🎉
In case you hadn't heard, @devilsbackbonebrewingcompany is now in Ohio! We were able to try a sampling of their brews last week at a Beer Dinner with @barrelonhigh. Plus, amazing dishes like this homemade double chocolate stout cookie and vanilla ice cream sandwich. 🍪🍦Check out the full recap on the blog, link in bio🍻👆🏼
Wrapping up a kinda long but productive weekend! Today was a really good day and we even took a little fam walk and watched the dawgter run and run till she was exhausted! It was so sunny ☀️ till we walked home.. IT STARTED POURING ☔️ 😂 Welcome to Oregon! I've got a full week of work ahead then come Sunday (early) morning I'll be boarding my flight ✈️ to see one of my very good friends in Texas! @tmy185 I'm SOO excited to see you and to see what your town is all about 😏😊 I am ALWAYS traveling! Whether it's @Disneyland or Texas .. hell, even Ireland 🇮🇪 I love seeing new places and trying new things!
BLAME YOUR PARENTS
My dad did his best - he threatened to cut me off in what I believe was his attempt at scaring me back onto the straight and narrow. Anyone with a good understanding of my level of petty knows that if there was ever a full-proof way for me to achieve optimal levels of defiance, it is to employ threats..."
#NEWPOST up on my personal blog #ThingsDeeSays ... LINK IN BIO
It feels like it’s been forever. We were so young, so full of life, we were almost undefeatable, but, of course, time takes that all away. Our bodies are now frail, bones have broken multiple times in multiple places. Our organs forgot how to work like they used to, yours have lost their main form of defense leaving you susceptible to this awful pain. I mean, love, I can’t even stand up straight anymore. Time is closing in, but, I wouldn’t change it, not a moment. I wouldn’t change the life we’ve shared at all. I know some people who would’ve killed to live like we got to and others who feel sorry for us. Remember our home, the one we tore down and put back up more beautiful than before, perfect in every way. Thank you for all the windows. I didn’t think you remembered that night I told you. It was, after all, only when we began to talk. Or what about the swing you made on the tree closest to the lake? I remember how you’d push me on it when the sun began its fall toward the end of the water. You would always sneeze the instant the sun touched the horizon. Then, there were the bumps in the road. I know how difficult it must’ve been when we found out we wouldn’t be having any of our own children. It was a tough pill for both of us to swallow. I mean this department was cursed from the start. I miss him, too. He was only 7. No one said life was fair. They also didn’t say the child who lost their parents only a year before, would also be lost in the same cruel manner. I still have nightmares of that accident. He had only been with us a year and was almost ours, too. The courthouse sitting right around the corner. Then, that stupid driver. Why am I bringing that up, it is so long ago now. “You don’t need to hold on anymore,” I whisper to you, holding your cold, frail hand, “You have been so strong our whole life. I’ll alright.” Tears stream from my eyes because I know this, right now, is goodbye. “I’m so lucky to have been married to you and I am grateful for every year of the last 73. I couldn’t have asked for a better person to be by my side. I love you.” One breath and he's gone. Just like that; everything I knew.