02 April 2006

How others live and cope.

It's really interesting to read the blogs of so many women from around the world. I only wish I knew more European languages to be able to see into those cultures too. I have yet to find a blog of someone like me—a post-menopausal just become grandmom and am really hoping to do so. But I thoroughly enjoy reading the blogs of these mothers of young children, Queen of Spain and Baby Powder. Thank you ladies for giving me an insight into being a young mother in the US.


  1. I hope we haven't scared you! Thank you for stopping by, and I look forward to learning more about India!

  2. At least more about my part of India.

  3. Thank YOU for all the wonderful comments you've been leaving. I'm adding you to my blogroll right this second.

    The experience of watching your children grow and then seeing then watching them become mothers must be amazing.

    I am eager to learn your experiences as well, and to hear of what your mothering adventures were like in a generation past as well.

    Also, I am very interested in learning the different cultural aspects of parenting in where you are in India and what you read of us. I've always thought Indian culture was very, very beautiful. It's one of the places in the world that I've really wanted to visit. Everything about it has always been very mystical to me, and I even think that the people are of the most beautiful people in the world.

  4. Thank you BPowder. Yes I do hope I can share it with you all.

  5. This is an older post I comment on, but although I have no grandchild, I am post menopausal, I deal with anxiety and mild depression, all of which added 60 pounds and my knees ache as do my hands and they also shake. I am your age august to october older. Live in small town after many years in city. In reading your posts I know that I would enjoy sitting with you on that hill and chatting the day away. \\


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