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?
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”
Do I look like I'm pissed off? That's because I am. I've had it up to here with Tammy Parker. I'm not the only one she's pissing off and just because she can move fast or whatever it is that she's doing that means she can terrorize whoever she wants just because she wants to. … Continue reading Autumn #6: Fight! Fight! Fight!
Time sure flew by quickly. One day I'm coming home to see mom and the next, I'm riding back to the dorm again. It was refreshing to be at the house again, to be with mom again. I'm not completely oblivious. I know something's bothering her. She's sadder somehow. And whenever I talk to her … Continue reading Autumn #5: Back to School Again
My life revolves around Autumn now. I don't even notice the monotony of my own life is. It's the same with me and my schedule, it's either I'm catching fish, painting something to sell, or writing a book and Autumn's life is a little less predictable. One of the things that I feel thankful about … Continue reading Alice #19: Teenage Life
That doll is starting to freak me out. Autumn won't let it go. She brings it everywhere with her, plays with it all the time, talks to it as if they're having a real conversation except it isn't really answering back. That's why I was really, really happy when she began school during spring. There … Continue reading Alice #18: Autumn’s Childhood
Autumn might be the easiest child to take care of. She learned to speak and walk in no time and then learned to use the potty almost immediately after. I can leave her in her play pen and wouldn't even cry. Another thing that I noticed about her is that she likes looking at the … Continue reading Alice #16: Daddy and the Gift from 2nd Cousin Eugenie