Welcome Guest Login or Signup
BIRTHDAYS | CLOUDEIGHT COMPUTER CARE | LIVE CHAT | BOOKMARK
| LANGUAGE:
 




BLOGS: A blog, simply put, is something you have written, or written about.

We have a forum you can post pictures, recipes or jokes you want to share; these are not considered blogs and will be removed. On the other hand, for example, a recipe with a story about a recipe that has special meaning would be fine. Greetings to others, thank you's, etc. are not considered blogs and will be removed.

Any concerns may be addressed to Admin by using the Contact Us link found at the bottom of each page. Blog Rules can be found in Terms & Conditions link at the bottom of each page.

Take a moment today to comment on someone's blog or just let them know you liked it. Maybe you can make someone smile today!

Cloudeight Direct Computer Care - Need a repair or some help with your computer? We can connect to you remotely and fix most problems, including virus and malware removal.  Click here for details!

BLOGS   WRITE NEW BLOG   EDIT BLOGS  
 

Tag: children

Viewing 1 - 5 out of 23 Blogs.
Page:  1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | Next >  Last >>

The Story Lady and Oscar
Posted On 12/24/2020 16:49:30 by texasjane
I live in a very small community in East Texas. Through my volunteer efforts this last year I gained somewhat of a reputation. I offered to babysit for those who needed it. It all started with three children who had down-syndrome. The chief of police, a friend of mine, volunteered me for several assignments involving children including that of a three-day substitute teacher for pre-schoolers. After that, I became known as The Story Lady.Several times I was called upon to watch children in my hom... Read More



A Duck Named Thanksgiving
Posted On 11/17/2020 19:14:23 by texasjane
My uncle was a quiet-spoken man.  He was a wood floor specialist.  He did everything from installing to repairing wood floors.  He was sought after throughout half the state.  He had a crew that did out of town jobs.  He took care of the ones close to home.  He was forever taking barter instead of money for his services.  One spring day he brought home a baby ducklet... is that a word?  Anyway, it was small, yellow and fuzzy.  It quacked a lot. ... Read More



Why Are You Surprised?
Posted On 10/11/2020 18:42:19 by texasjane
I want all you grown ups, who are grandparents to read carefully and remember to whom you are speaking.  Before we go any further all you grown ups need to tilt your head just a bit and let all that grown up stuff shake out of your head.  It will come out one of your ears... if you let it.  You have to shake your head a little to get it all.Now, remember back when you were about six.  You were either in first grade or getting ready to go into first grade.  You have... Read More



Talent Quest
Posted On 07/27/2020 07:52:38 by texasjane
I am not quite sure how old I was when the quest for finding my talent began.  I think it really started, in my mind, one night when we were all watching the Miss America pageant on TV.Each girl would come out and do something to showcase her talent.  It was easy for my younger sister.  She sang about everything.  Singing came natural to her. When I tried to sing the dogs would howl and people around me would scrunch up their faces and put their hands over their ears.  I... Read More



A Special Memory Relived
Posted On 06/05/2020 09:25:23 by texasjane
I had begun to really enjoy my new project of going through boxes pack since 2009. I had packed them up and moved them to the lake house and never opened them. I had marked the box, Grandmother, so it remained untouched until this weekend. I decided the lock down would count for something. I opened a small cigar box that was very old. It had been my treasure box when I was a kid. I was thrilled to find the rhinestones and ball tucked inside a velvet bag. This had been a special gift from m... Read More



Page:  1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | Next >  Last >>






Smileycons  -  FolderMagic  -  CalendarPal  -  Cloudeight Stationery  -   NotOverTheHill Powered by M3Server.com