My how time flies! This is my 100th blog post, how did that happen? I want to take this space to review my archives and point out to you earlier posts you may have missed. My very first post is still the one I like the most. It’s called “Broken Shells” and tells a little about how I came to accept in my heart Hillary’s disabilities. The “Rainbow of the Heart” posts give a little insight into my romance with my hubby (no there are no details! Haha!), and “She Grew Up” is a poem and reflection about my Anna growing up and how very fast that happened. For something a little more spiritual you might like “Spirit’s Vacation” which is short but thoughtful. According to my stats on my blogger dashboard “Tarantula” is the most visited post of all time, one of the more amusing things I’ve written. For something else fun you might try “Shut Up And Eat It”, a poem for the current economic situation we find ourselves in. Occasionally I post work from the writing group I go to, and “Free Dancer” and “Notebook” are two of those quirky poems, or perhaps “rhymes” is a more appropriate term. If you want something that may twist your brain a bit, you might try the “Flammable Rain” poem which I wrote as sort of a challenge to myself after joking about the fire danger sign reading “high” when it was raining quite heavily for a few days—you know, all that flammable rain falling. For something lighter I suggest “Bob”, about a carpenter bee, and “Shaky Tail Squirrel”—no explanation needed! You can learn something about my mother in “Those Hands”, or curl up with “Hot Chocolate Memories”. I hope you will take the time to check out the older posts in my blog—the work of 2 years and counting—it truly is full of some of my thoughts!