November 21, 2016



Sunnuntai. Sunday musings

Somedays you think there won't be any traffic when you're traveling to LA at noon, but you're wrong. There is always traffic.

[Loud] music to the rescue. 

Then, MADELEINE! She has bangs. That's why I brave the traffic. To see that sweet face and listen to all of her plans for now and for later and to cheer her on. Someday I will write a post about why my husband and I are not discouraging her to be a "pop star," which is one of the weirdest things to think and write and admit, ever...

Rain. It was a gloriously rainy afternoon and evening. But after counting four major traffic accidents on the way home, I'm thinking folks have forgotten that rainy roads and 80 mph do not mix. (Have you all forgotten?!!!)

Coming home is always the best. Safe. Warm. Everyone asleep and looking angelic. 

That was my Sunday, folks. Hope yours was amazing!

Published: November 21, 2016 | Filed under: Me

Comments (6)
Elizabeth said:
November 21, 2016 @ 3:21 PM

I think there are a lot of reasons for supporting your child in their dreams and if she can create goodness in this realm... well, God bless and keep her!!! I really love that you love your family... you are loved and appreciated!

jane g meyer replied:
November 21, 2016 @ 8:21 PM

Sweet words, Elizabeth. Thank you!

Kh. Tammy said:
November 21, 2016 @ 7:36 PM

Dearest Jane, Nothing like working to achieve childhood dreams. If you havent heard of the Book, the Last Lecture or watched the fullYouTube video: last Lecture by Randy Pausch, you really should! It's amazing. I love you for always encouraging your children and also many of us adults. Love you, and Your zest for the good things in life...

jane g meyer replied:
November 21, 2016 @ 8:22 PM

I will look into it, Kh. Tammy! Love you...

Adriane Adams said:
November 21, 2016 @ 8:15 PM

The world needs musicians. Even King Saul recognized that. And if Madeleine has something worth sharing, why not? She has God-given talent, and when I was in college, music was said to be one of the most demanding majors to pursue. Music students just make it look easy. She is blessed to have parents that support her work.

jane g meyer replied:
November 21, 2016 @ 8:24 PM

Thanks, Adriane. I appreciate your kind words, and, yes, she is one of the hardest workers that I know...

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