Sunday, October 5, 2008

No matter what


I love my children. I love my husband. I love my family. I love my parents and my siblings. We have weathered many a storm and I am amazed by the capacity of our hearts and our spirits to withstand all that is thrown our way.
A child may be born with "defects" but that only means that there is some deviation from what is considered "normal". If a child is considered "normal" but they make one dumb decision (read "harmful to self and others") after another, are they normal? Or are they defective? Does it matter? Can a mother do anything but love their child and hopefully do what's "best" for them? Is there some instrument that measures what is best?
I love my children.

4 comments:

Princess Abigail said...

Gosh ... I just read your blog.

Yours is a fascinating tale.

I intend to read more.

Often.

Thank you.

Alison
The Bernard Bunch

dallasdiva said...

How much fun, we love you tons too!!

Jeanette said...

Thank goodness for motherly love. I know I am grateful for my mom's... and I just love my kiddos to pieces. (although that's not fair, they are still little) LOL

Anonymous said...

am i able to take a motor insurance provider to small claims court? The insurer supplier declined my claim, (I would go ahead and take responsible driver to small claims nevertheless I've got no address to serve them or send a requirement letter). The other driver was at fault however his particular insurance provider states that there is a difference within our statements so that they have to use the word of their insured vs. my word. There's no doubt that they acted in bad faith and did not execute a proper investigation would this certainly be a valid claim in small claims court? I want to go ahead and take the culprit drivers insurance carrier (not my own) to small claims with the damages to my car.