Abner is my little nephew; my little sister’s son. To say I adore this little guy would be an understatement, it gets even better…..in our Ugandan culture, my sister’s child calls me mom thus making me little Abner’s other mom and I absolutely love it. Two years ago today our little Abner was born; this…… Continue reading My little guy is 2!
You got cold! I decided to put up fences To guard my heart From your cold “waves” ~Susan McMillan
Just as the past seasons,I must confess;P.S. I LOVE YOU!~Susan McMillan
I will serenade you To my last breath Because I am a poet! . I love you today . I love you always . I love you forever! ~Susan McMillan
We were kids; teens! “I love you” Your words to me… . Your face has faded since then Your words I vividly remember! Could it be A faded first love? Or A twisted love affair? -Susan McMillan
My happy place My reason My story . Seems like loving you Is all I would rather do! P.S. I love you… ~Susan McMillan
Goals and resolutions are what most folks like to write out leading into the New Year. I have done that before and it has always been exciting! 2020 is here and all I can think about is gratitude! 2019 was filled with so much; mixed emotions of laughter, joy, tears and at times sorrow. I…… Continue reading Gratitude
In pursuit for more and the “best” education, we ought to wonder ”what if our children crumble in the process?” The new school year has just begun and once again I have had time to think and pray about our own schooling journey for our children. I have had years when I have doubted my…… Continue reading School; what if they crumble in the process?
Nameless beings Is what we have become To our “busy” neighbors . Respect for the elders Has become an “antique” concept That non of of our generation Care to learn . The head of the “home” Has become whoever; Mother, father, child at times non! . The creator That our fore fathers blessed For the…… Continue reading What now?
Love is Loving the same person Over and over again Despite the seasons Life brings our way; I love you! ~Susan McMillan