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New life, life gets better and better

Ok so here we are. The trials of life and tests of making it. Here I am. Any survivor will tell you it's a hard yard. When does it get easy. Now it does. 
I am on a quarter of an acre paying off a house again. Bringing all in what a joy. My life is peaceful and I am loving having the animals and my youngest son still living at home. 
There is a sense of joy at family dinners looking around the dinner party crew. Smiling happy seeing that all willl be ok. 
I have raised 3 sensational men. Now one married and bringing me the greatest next chapter my gorgeous grandchild. 
When you look at your life and you see yep there have been some bad hard times. But look at all the good. It's so amazing to think we give life. They grow up and go out and also thrive. 
My biggest joy is being a mother and grandmother. Through the hour glass we see time is certainly going very quickly, but oh what a ride. 
We all have so many challenges in this life. But the good always out weighs the bad. Things to be grateful for, so many things. 
As I sit on my back yard now playing with my goats. My dogs and my chickens in my gumboots. There is such an overwhelming rush of excitement and happiness. 
By the way my nick name is princess, Janine loves to call me that. I was a shoe collector, still a girly girl but my favourite pair of shoes these days is gumboots. Go figure. They are army green and so good. 
My eldest son Nathan went to lunch with my friend Steve. Steve is a mentor and giving my son lots of amazing assistance in his new career to be a lawyer. Oh so proud he is going to rock this world.
Steve says how is your mum? I adore her. Nathan says she wears gumboots, has a mini farm and goats, chickens and of course the dogs. 
Steve laughed and laughed he says what's happened to your mother?? That's not the Nina I know. 
Nathan laughs and laughs. 
I know he says, the boys love coming to visit and be amused by the animals. Animals have all there own little personalities it's so cool. 
So as always it's the little things that count. Count your blessings and count them twice. 
Some people will never have or feel the way we feel. 
Making life awesome and hoping that everyone understands the hope and faith that life is wonderful and just getting more perfect by the day. 
Have a great day peeps. 
#life #rising #love #hope #igotthis #survivor #iamstillawoman 

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