Serious, here. How do you choose a guardian for your children. Family. No. Friends. Who would want two kids with Chronic Illnesses. I’m thinking about how much fun this could be. Sort of a reality TV show, “The Guardians”. Better than letting the court decide.
Should I make a list, pass it to the people on the list and ask them if they might consider it? Let them take themselves out of the running? Yeah. That is where I’ll start. I’ll figure that out in the waiting room while my husband has his appointment with the cardiologist for that chest pain. Nice.
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Quotes That Help To Fuel My Life
"The writer's job is to turn the unspeakable into words - not just any words, but, if you can, into rhythm and blues."
— Anne Lamott
"We write to expose the unexposed. Most human beings are dedicated to keeping that one door shut. But the writer's job is to see what's behind it, to see the bleak unspeakable stuff, and to turn the unspeakable into words - not just into any words but if we can, into rhythm and blues. You can't do this without discovering your own true voice, and you can't find your true voice and peer behind the door and report honestly and clearly to us if your parents are reading over your shoulder."
— Anne Lamott
"What is important is the story. Because when we are all dust and teeth and kicked-up bits of skin - when we're dancing with our own skeletons - our words might be all that's left of us."
— Alexandra Fuller