My ‘Guest Room’ Apology

The Guest Room Apology From Your Mama Friend

I’m part of a few ‘Mommy Groups’ over on Facebook, and occassionally I come across some amazing posts. The following post as an open letter to a dear friend about her guest room was shared in the Bringing Up the Littles by Allison Wilson Wright; and she gave me permission to share it with you. She captures the changes in friendship and life that having children can have, and I love her way with words and the delicate story she shares.

Yes or No?

tektek Emmmmerz

That time of year again, to learn about the one behind the blog. This year let’s play this Social Media game 😀

(Found via Facebook)

1. You can ONLY answer Yes or No!
2. You are NOT ALLOWED to explain ANYTHING unless someone messages or comments and asks!

Now, here’s what you’re supposed to do… And please do not spoil the Fun. Copy and paste this into your notes, delete my answers, type in your answers and tag as many of your friends (including me so I can read your answers too) as you’d like to. Then see what happens.


My Autobiography (According to Social Media)

weemee Emmmmerz

Birthdays come and go, everyone grows up a year every year, and gifts are opened and cake eaten, but the best birthday wishes stay with you forever. I survived another 365, had a lot of fun, just spinning around the sun.

Rules: Once you’ve been tagged, Fill this out IN YOUR OWN WORDS and repost as, “My Autobiography” … And use your own answers, not anyone else’s.



Simpson's Emma Caricature

Birthdays are incomplete without the ones who love and care for you. Thank you to my family and friends for making my every day special, and my birthday even more so. Whenever I get a new calender, I flip straight to my birthday month to see which picture I got. Don’t you too?

Since it’s that time of year again, I am sharing another fun post.

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