Wednesday, December 07, 2005


Whole Momma Gifty Thingy......

My 101 things about me is a good way to get a glimpse into the Rambling Mommy......

I have more than I could ever imagine, and want for nothing [except the things that I do need would have to be fullfilled by Ty Pennington of Extreme Home little leaks in the roof, pipes that leak]

I love life and celebrate family and friends everyday.

I love to read,,,read,,,,read. I am very eclectic in my reading. Everything interests me [well almost everything, I don't get into sci-fi, very often]

I am an avid gardner and love annuals, perinnials and herbs. [That is why my youngest daughter is named Emma Sage]

I love whimsy, and things that are given to me from the heart stay with me forever....

I love pigs,,,,,,,not pink, plastic, korny pigs.....but classic, whimsical pigs. [Does this make sense? I'll post a picture to show you what I mean]

I love magic and believe in the power of prayer......that our souls are eternal and that angels are amongst us.

I have a fairy garden for the children and adore Cicely Mary Barker's Flower Fairies poems and drawings.

I love photography and art and I love to make things....I'm always making things.....crafts, pictures, baking, gardens.....I always have to be doing something.

The most important facet of my life is being a Mother......this is an area that I take great pride and joy....and cherish everything to do with Mothering.

I don't drink often, but if I did, I would have either a Margarita or a great wine.

I love music [everything but rap to tell you the truth] and movies have to be either romantic or comedic and if they are both the better. I have not even watched Titanic because I would cry too deeply and hard at the loss of life that is shown and so I just can't bring myself to watch it.

While my husband travels the world....I'm truly a home-body.

My favorite 'me' time is a hot, bubbly, relaxing bath.

and that is about all I can think of.

Peace, TM

1 comment:

Kim Ayres said...

Great stuff! I always enjoy reading these kinds of personal insights :)