One kid is so good he's boring and the other is so naughty that he gets escorted home by the cops. How did this happen? Where did we go wrong? Who the hell told Kyle that it's okay to egg people's houses? How do we even trust him to be left alone when he's doing … Continue reading Autumn #26: Sending Off
Since both Kyle and Joshua are now teens and Rocky and I are getting on with age, we thought we'd take a break from all the work and nectar making and go on a short vacation somewhere where we've never been. We decided to go to Egypt because we were told that there is where … Continue reading Autumn #25: Getting Old
After praying over and over, it's finally happened! My baby boy has a social life. I have no idea how it happened so don't even ask me how. All I know is that Joshua's Prom was scheduled and then he had a girl over. An actual person. Is it strange that of all the … Continue reading Autumn #24: Josh has got a Girlfriend!
Time goes by so fast. One day you're dealing with children and the next, you're teaching your son to drive. I'm starting to feel old. Joshua is still the same but different. I still don't know if he has any friends since no one comes over to visit. He asked for a tablet and Rocky … Continue reading Autumn #23: Is This Even About My Life Anymore?
Ah, brotherly love! Thank God my first born is such a responsible child. Rocky and I, we have a habit of leaving Kyle on his own with his toys while we tend to the garden or make nectars. During this time, Joshua goes up to the baby room and checks on Kyle to see if … Continue reading Autumn #22: Spooky Day
Rocky and I have been really very busy these days and not in the good way. I don't even remember things that's happened. All I remember is that I wake up, I do things, I go to sleep. My life's routine is making my mind numb. Rocky's doing well. He's making friends at work which … Continue reading Autumn #21: My Three Boys
My mom said that her Great Cousin or Aunt Eugenie sent me my doll, the one that I named Harry, except that she doesn't remember knowing anyone named Eugenie. Come to think of it, my mom came to this town as a runaway, no one in her family knew where she was. At any rate, … Continue reading Autumn #20: Harry, my “Imaginary Friend”