Life is too short and never contains too much love.
This site has brought new meaning to the phrase...."The Three R's." In this case I find it stands for .......Reading.......Reviewing........and Rating.....lol.
I have always enjoyed writing, but had no confidence that anyone would want to read what was in my thoughts or what I had experienced in life.
I have 8 brothers and 3 sisters and I can't imagine what it must be like to be an only child or have a small amount of siblings. My parents did a fantastic job of raising us children. My father worked long hours for a very small amount of money and my mother ran the household. The first home I remember had no luxuries such as indoor plumbing, furnace, etc. However, I would not change anything about my childhood cause it taught me how to survive and work hard.
January 31, 2013 at 4:52AM
notesandmore: Hi there, Congratulations on your new awards, you deserve them.
Millie, we have very similar backgrounds. I am the 9th in a family of 10. (7 girls and 3 boys) 6 of us girls are still living. We are all old enough to die, just haven't yet :-) When my girls (twins) were little they went to Christian camp one year. When they came back they wanted to know if I had ever gone to camp when I was little. I told them no, with the size of our family 'we were a camp'. I would not trade my upbringing for anything in the world. One year our toilet became a palace for spiders. That was a kodak moment to see everyone hit the bushes. People who haven't lived in the country haven't lived. Have a great night. Tell your Mother I love her. Carolyn
February 20, 2013 at 12:59AM
kentuckywoman53: Hi Carolyn
Thank you for the message sweet lady. Yes, we do have a lot in common. EWWWWWWWW a toilet full of spiders...yucky...lol. Don't know about you, but we were never rich enough to put carpet in our outhouse...lol.
Love you my friend. Hugssssssssssssssssss
February 21, 2013 at 2:01AM
kentuckywoman53: Yes, I will give your love to mom....that will make her day!
February 21, 2013 at 2:02AM
notesandmore: Look who's talking about other folks awards! Just knew you would start climbing fast. Your writing is very 'quality' driven. Congratulations,on your new novel ranking. I am so glad we are friends. Carolyn
February 21, 2013 at 12:02PM
kentuckywoman53: Thank you so much Carolyn. The friendship we found on this site is so very special to me.
February 21, 2013 at 2:55PM
notesandmore: Good Morning Millie, I haven't heard from you in a couple of days so just want to check on you and your sweet Mother. I figured you are probably letting your 'writers cramp' you got from the novel settle down :-) Everything is good here, we have snow. Have a great day, Love, Carolyn
February 23, 2013 at 8:46AM
notesandmore: Hi there dear Millie and welcome back. I hope you will be around for awhile. We need a good, lean back in the recliner, phone chat. Hopefully that will happen soon. Can hardly wait to receive my book. Love you, Carolyn
November 19, 2014 at 12:12AM
kentuckywoman53: My novel, Millie/A Promise Given, has been published by Tate Publishing Co. It is currently available for purchase on the Tate website as either a book or e-download. I hope to get it on more websites such as Amazon in the near future. Thanks to all of you who took the time to read, review, rate, and give me feedback on my novel. Millie
November 19, 2014 at 8:09PM
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