Suddenly I see … Suddenly I see why the heck it’s so important to me … Suddenly I see … And I’m so darn blessed and grateful for my friends, family, supporters and encouragers for your LOVE!! -Camilla
Happy Birthday to the BEST Step-Dad in the Universe!!! Happy Happy Happy Birthday Frank C. Romano Jr. …. I am grateful every day that you are my Momma’s husband and my step-daddy … Blessed blessed blessed to pieces you are YOU … The World benefits from your kindness! I LOVE YOU!! (This is me and my big hair with Frank … I think in 1991 or somewhere around there.)
Watched Disney’s “The Robinsons” for our Team TLC movie on Saturday April 14th! I LOVE the closing song for the movie … Thought I’d share with y’all for anyone who needs it (including me at times) … ” ….. let it go, let it roll right off your shoulder ….. let your clarity define you … our lives are made in these small hours, these little wonders ….” Happy Day Y’all!
Camilla and her Momma, Patty Romano, about November 1970 – 9 months old for Camilla -
Beautiful birthday card from Momma and Frank …
February 26, 2012
You are the author of your own life. It’s up to you to dream it, imagine it, sketch it, shape it, build it, go after it, and make it happen. And then color it in with bright, shining shades of joy and deep, lasting shades of meaning that are yours and yours alone.
No one else can know the dreams you dream or the strengths you have within you that will help you make your dreams come true. No one else needs to. Because they’re yours. And so is today.
We love you and are very very proud of you!
Mom & Frank
Momma said this was the first card she walked straight to and picked up. No need to look at any others. She thought it was interesting how she was drawn directly to this card. I LOVE my Momma and Frank so much. They are some of the GOOD ones!!
In honor of Martin King Luther Jr Day . . . a post I wrote a while back over on Different iz Good.
I have a dream of a world where amazing people like my daughter Lillian Darnell, people who have intellectual disabilities, genetic differences, chromosome abnormalities, and the like are NOT pigeonholed into jobs performing mundane tasks that don’t reveal and let shine their uniqueness. Jobs that do not give them the opportunity to share their unique and different view of the world. Read more . . .