This has been presented to me by the tired one Lynn, Mama extraordinaire. One of the aspects of this award is for those that make visitors feel at home on their blog. I see this blog as an extension of our home, and as such, welcome to my home. I am not shy, but reserved at the first meeting. I do warm up, but I want you to be comfortable here. I have points of view on many subjects, including politics, but I only want to talk, or invite conversation. To Lynn, I thank you. Also, there is the Bayside connection...I never could have connected SoCal and Bayside if not for some thoughtful bloggers.
This is a gift from Linda, Super Mom. Needing the wheelchair to get around wasn't a lifestyle choice, but was confronted with and was forced to live with a change nobody would choose. There are two ways to deal with such, and that is to whine and complain about this woe, or to assume a quiet dignity and continue to live your life. I think that a measure of courage is within all of us, just waiting for the right moment. For instance, an ambulance dispatcher is cool and professional…they are involved in saving lives That is grace under pressure, that is courage. I like the CT connection as well.