#98. Learn to cook a good breakfast
For many reasons son, my advice to cook a good breakfast is of importance. Women like a man who can cook. There is nothing more wonderful than after a night spent with their man…he getting up to cook a well deserved breakfast. Very romantic..while dating anyways, however very pracitcal when married with children. I mean if you are not helping with the children on a Sunday morning then you better be getting breakfast started. Let’s not forget the most important meal of the day is breakfast…its the fuel to start your day 🙂 (Sorry…i know you have been hearing that for year’s, but its time to start listening too it!)
You are on your way son, you have mastered the grill and only good things to come. Keep working hard, your eggs are great too…well done!! Your future love interest is going to be one lucky young lady~
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My name is Chrissy. I’m the proud mom of two great young adults and happily married for 25 years to the love of my life. I am making this year 2018 the year I complete my memoir, i am bunkering down and completing this project that I started many years ago. I am finding it challenging reliving some of the moments that I have tried so hard to forget. Sometimes retelling a story can be soothing maybe even a time of healing. But living with PTSD has brought new threats to the peace I strive so hard for each day.
My hopes with this blog is to share with you our story of tragedy, guilt, pain, perserverence, triumphs and love. To write about our struggles, battles, hopes and dreams after a devastating accident that left our son with catastrophic injuries. We have overcome staggering odds, fighting, laughing and striving for acceptance and equality. Working towards living our best life with a son in a wheelchair, a mother with guilt, a father with strength and a daughter to make us smile.
It’s our story, it’s how we have found the grace in grief and how we can hopefully inspire you to do the same~xo
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