My oldest child, Son, David, will turn 11 next Friday. My Daughter, Olivia, will turn 10in September. I was 35/36 when I had my children, so I wasn't exactly young, but not old either. I feel like a grown up now.
Technically at age 18 (at least in America) you're considered an adult. You earn such privileges as, being able to vote, drive past midnight, join the armed forces, get married, you can't legally drink in this country until you're 21, you can fight overseas, but you can't
I've never written a blog before, so welcome to my first and maybe only blog.
I'm not an angry woman, I'm a blessed woman, a woman who thanks God daily for everything he's given me. I was blessed when my kids were born not to have to work full time. I did work part time for a while, but gave that up. My children are in school full time now, so I do work as a substitute at a preschool and one night a week at a laundromat. I am fortunate that I am able to do this.