I'm a very blessed woman to be a mother to three handsome boys and one lovely girl. I enjoy being creative and love telling people's stories through my work as a video producer. I wish Jane Austen had never died. I love trash magazines and despise most reality TV.
Last Saturday, mom and I took a road trip to Kansas City. An old friend that I reconnected with on Facebook published her first book, "Escaping the Tiger." Laura and I worked together at the FOX station in Kansas City several years ago.
We arrived in Kansas City a little early so we had some time on our hands. First, we modeled my new used car.
Then we goofed off at the Border School, a Montessori school across from the Reading Reptile, the location for Laura's book release. Both were located within eye sight of The Lighthouse, one of our adoption agencies.
Mom's serious look.
My serious look.
After an hour, we went to Baskin Robbins, changed a poopy diaper in my car (ugh! Baskin Robbins wouldn't let us use their restroom), then headed to the Reading Reptile. Laura's book on display.
A pacifier tree.
Jack in the dog house.
Me with Laura on her big day.
Another good friend from the FOX station. Daniel played guitar during the release. He is an Emmy award winning video producer.
Outside the Reading Reptile in front a long line. We were toast. I'm overcompensating to hide how tired I am (it got really hot in the store) while Jack is showing his true feelings.
A special thanks to mom for being our residental photographer. Maybe Laura's book release will inspire me to actually finish one of my stories. Maybe.
Jesus said, "Let the children come to me. Don't stop them! For the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these. Then he took the children into His arms placed His hands on their heads and blessed them." Mark 10:14,16