Meara and the MermaidOnce upon a time,More Like This
Very long ago
Lived a kingdom on a cliffside,
With the ocean far below.
Within it lived the mermaids
With sea-jewels in their hair;
In the light of the moon, they swam all night,
By daybreak, none were there.
Once upon a day,
Of bluest sky and sea,
A girl from that said kingdom
Was lost in reverie;
But this girl was no peasant,
She was the princess fair;
The lucid sky was in her eyes
And sunbeams in her hair.
Princess Meara was her name,
A child at thirteen;
The king, her father, loved her so
And called her "Little Queen";
For his own wife had long since passed
And left him quite alone;
So Meara was his foremost thought;
He scarce heeded the throne.
She looked down on the water
Tossing in the light,
And wished that she could watch the mermaids
Dancing in the night.
But when the creatures rose to play,
She had gone to bed;
The kingdom thought these beings strange,
Regarding them with dread.
For oceans were an unknown thought,
Their depths a mystery;
The people called t
Happy Birthday My MiraclesToday (Oct. 6th) is the 1st birthday of our precious Isaac Dalton and Leo Emerson. We are so grateful to everyone who has been along with us through all of this. It makes me remember what was happening last year. I had just found out my cancer came back and they were delivered early. It has been a year since this round of cancer started, wow. Anyway, I am grateful every day that they are fighters and are strong healthy boys. They are fast and determined. If you read our last journal, you will understand this, haha...poor Dalton.More Like This
Anneliese is in love with the boys as well. She calls them her babies, which is so funny. She loves to help get them ready for things and she is curious about different ways of caring for them. They both are picking up little signs very well. They do not talk a lot, but that is pretty normal. I am not worried at all and they are getting ready to start walking soon, so that makes me a little nervous about everything in the house because they are different than A
Rant About Plastic Surgery Adhttp://psycocat.deviantart.com/art/Frustrating-ad-564636870More Like This
Ok, take a good look at that ad. Take a good long look. See anything wrong? I do. I see so much wrong with it! Let's start with the top shall we.
TL Plastic Surgery
There is nothing really wrong with this. I mean this is an ad. I did find it though while browsing on DeviantArt a couple of weeks ago. I needed to let my anger die down a little before I ranted. But I digress. This is an Ad and you would expect the title of the company to be first, but knowing ahead of time that it is for plastic surgery might taint the rest of the positive messages below it.
Every woman deserves to be beautiful
That is an awesome statement. Really it is. That is until I start to think about it. It is the word "deserves" that gets me. It implies that there are women that are not beautiful. Granted "beauty is in the eye of the beholder," but how she got inside the eye of a Dungeons and Dragons monster I'll never know. There are