Day Four, what are you thankful for?
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Yes, I’m still working on kids because I do have a lot of them. Thanks to a random generator picking the order I had no problem with today’s pick. Again I’m just thrilled of how that worked out. Ha ha. This post is going to be a bit difficult for me to type up because I don’t want to embarrass anyone in the process. Mostly the child that I will be telling you about.
I am thankful for my only son Handsome B.
Handsome B just started high school this year and it’s hard for me since he is my only son and we do have this special bond between us. I’m not saying I don’t love my daughters but there is something different about a son’s love. All with sons will agree. It’s just one of those things.
He is a bright intelligent young man and very active in scouts! He loves to play Minecraft on the computer and the occasional chess game and since he bought his own iPod I haven’t seen him put it down. Ha ha. Really, I haven’t on that last part.
I can tell he is moving into another part of boyness because his voice is/has changed and that makes me sad at times. I miss that little boy voice but I know that he is just growing up into a fine young man. I know that I will dread dating because I know there will not be any girl good enough to date my boy. It’s that mother-son bond again talking.
Any girl that catches his heart, many years from now, will indeed have a catch! Many years from now!
I look forward to watching him grow because I know he will be awesome in whatever he chooses to do! (Plus, he has promised to make care of me when I have Alzheimers.)
So, today I am thankful for my son Ben.