Thanksgiving…

Thanksgiving… what do I give thanks for?  Oh my!  The list is endless… Most recently I have to say for that dear, sweet, little, babygirl who attended her first Thanksgiving today. 

She arrived in this world weighing 10 lbs even, after a 24 hour ordeal that ended with a c-section delivery. I sent out a few e-mails with this… that way back in the spring, when I went to work and told the girls in the Culture Lab that I was going to be a grandmother, one of the women who has grandchildren who are nearly adults now, said, "You know…everyone has a hole in them that they don’t even know is there until they have a grandchild to fill it."  I have to smile while I say, "Tis true, tis true…"

About Teresa Cypher

I came into the world a creator of stories. Having been born into a litter, the 7th of 8 children in a farming family, I've spent most of my life writing (escapism) stories in my head. My daydreams, as it turns out, are actually fiction in the making. From the time I was a little girl, I was a thinker, spending any time I could find to be alone--the bastion of undisturbed thoughts,--dreaming of other worlds and of fairy-tale love. My earliest influences were Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, Star Trek, and Star Wars. Yep... I write SFR. Science Fiction Romance. I live with my husband in a humble house in the middle of a tall stand of hardwoods, bordered by soybean and cornfields, in western Pennsylvania. Mother of three adult children, and "Grammie" to five beautiful grandchildren, I revel in family gatherings and celebrations. My husband and I care for our gardens at home--our little corner of heaven, take care of the dogs, the cats, and the chickens. We like to have a glass of wine at sunset and watch the stars come out.
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3 Responses to Thanksgiving…

  1. Linda says:

    Tis true indeed!  Congratulations!

  2. Ewe says:

    Happy Holidays Willow…I tried twice leaving you my Christmas card, once here and once in your guestbook. I guess Windows Live doesn\’t allow posting of HTML in comments. Hmmmm…myspace does. I guess you\’ll just have to visit my page to see it. You have a very happy holiday stretch here, and make it a safe one, and remember, don\’t drink & drive…I might be staggering across the street and you could hit me, lol.

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