Many of you may wonder why I am continuing for a second session of Piggy Tales. It's not that I had an overly exciting life, but some day, our children will wonder about our lives, especially our childhood. There have been so many times that I've sat in a room, surrounded by aunts and uncles, shaking my head in wonder at all the stories of the experiences and life they lived, but all those memories are forever locked away, with the passing of each of them. What a wonderful gift we could present to them if we take the time now to record them, while we still have those memories tucked away.
|Sweet dreaming Harlee|
When most people hear where I was born, the first thing they do is look closely at my face, or and then they ask if my parents were in the military. Yes, my father was a builder in the Navy for many years and, while they were not transferred as much as some families, one transfer led to a slight Far East experience.
|My birth announcement|
I'm so glad you stopped by! I hope that in the next 12 weeks, not only will you learn a little about me, but I'd love to get to know you as well. Since I shared my birth story, how I got my name, and about a congenital birth defect I had in the last session, I'll let you head there if you want to read more. Is there a specific story that you've heard about concerning your birth or have a unique birthplace or birthmark?
If you would like to read more Piggy Tales from other ladies, hope on Over to Mommy's Piggy Tales. If you would like to join in and start recording your own Piggy Tales, contact Jana at Mommy's Piggy Tales to find out how (jannajoy25 (at) hotmail.com). If for some reason you missed any of my previous posts, you can find them here.