September 6, 2005
Hello to everyone and welcome to all of the new subscribers. Thank you for the kind responses to my last newsletter.
You are the ones who keep inspiring me to continue.
"In The Aftermath
Dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Katrina"
First and foremost, I want to extend my sympathy to all of the victims of Hurricane Katrina and to the families
who have suffered losses due to this natural disaster. This poem was written on emotion and I hope that many of you
will be able to relate to what I have to say. I have also included a personal note at the end of the page for those interested.
In The Aftermath
As you may or may not know, my son will be turning 21 this month and recently moved into his own apartment. This past year
has had its frustrating moments as we dealt with his transition to adulthood while still living at home. I am sure there are many
who have traveled the same path. :-)
"A Parent's Prayer"
This poem is written from my heart as a mom. I think all parents have moments when they question whether they have
made the right choices. You learn as you go, but it never hurts to have a bit of guidance from God.
A Parent's Prayer
Until next time...
Thank you for your time and have a nice week. :-)
Attention WebTV Users
As I explained in my emails, I purchased an encryption program in order to protect my
site as somebody copied some of my pages. Unfortunately, because WebTV apparently does not
support "scripting", it's not capable of displaying the encrypted pages. If that is the case,
there is nothing I can do at this point, unless I decrypt my whole site. I have kept this
newsletter, my guestbook and any new pages code free in order for those on my mailing list to
have the ability to access them after I send the newsletter out. You will not be able to access
the rest of the site at this time. I hope to find a way around this problem and will keep you