Category Archives: Parenting

Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter

True Love

With this heart-warming post that I am very proud to repost, I will start our Good Parenting weekly Post.

After doing my customary speed-read of several of this Author’s Posts, I can honestly say it reads like a paper back Romance series. Although hard to just accept at face value, I had to read more; and now I believe this couple has what few couples have, true love and a bonding that will last a lifetime (I’m so happy for them).

I publicize nothing about my personal life, although just this one time I have to say this couple has a relationship like my own.  Children born in a family with a relationship like this are Blessed, but are becoming a very rare breed.

Children are The Future of This World, and deserve their chance to leave their mark, as they take their one-way trip through this life.

7-year-old left out

Harrisburg Pa, woman arrested for Child Endangerment

West Shore Regional police have arrested a Harrisburg woman after she left her 7-year-old girl outside in the 45 degree cold for 2 hours without any adult supervision.

Shanette Williams, 29, is being charged with child endangerment after police say on Friday neighbors reported seeing the girl standing outside of a home along Poplar Street in Wormleysburg.

The neighbors took the little girl inside so she could warm up and called police.

Williams showed up after police were called and admitted to leaving the child. Williams was taken to the Cumberland County Prison but is now out on bail.

Shanette Williams
Shanette Williams

Another Day In My World

Pathway Through Our World

As you walk on your Path through Life, you have seen other trails and paths intersect with the path you travel, and forks in the path.  There have been many travelers whose paths intersected with your own, and for a time, you have traveled with others on your Path through Life.

Forces of Nature: Our Circle

We’ve only just begun….  so much to do….  so little time.

What was 2 are many now, no longer Dream but Reality

In the short time Our Circle has traveled together on Our Pathway Through Life, we have affected change along the way.  Through the strict code and rules we were taught by our parents, we found others who believe in rules and a way of life necessary for living among others.  We have taught Our Children the same code and rules, from the day they were born until the day they were grown. Now, many of us have grown children, and they have children;  everyone of us live by the same code and rules, and we will NEVER accept Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, giving Our Children Drugs, and people that Abuse Our Elders.

I have something special for the ones called OUR CIRCLE, you now have your own Domain, you earned it through work.  ACTA NON VERBA

http://notinmyworld.org

Second-degree Aggravated Assault????

Mother throws baby into ocean

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Police have charged a 23-year-old woman with second-degree aggravated assault for allegedly throwing her 1-month-old Baby into the ocean in Atlantic City.

Sgt. Monica McMenamin tells The Press of Atlantic City that “Patricia Shurig was seen throwing the infant into the water Sunday afternoon near the end of Pacific Avenue in the city’s Inlet section, then Shurig jumped in”.

Bystanders plunged into the water and pulled the two to shore, and a fisherman gave the

Baby CPR. Both were treated at a hospital.
Shurig is being held on $100,000 bail. It was not immediately known if she has a lawyer.

McMenamin praised the “bravery of those men who jumped into the ocean to rescue Shurig and the Baby”.

Houston Man Shot In Face By 3-year-old

Houston man shot in face trying to grab gun from three-year-old

Houston, Texas – A Houston-area man was in critical condition after being shot in the face when he tried to take a loaded pistol away from a 3-year-old boy, police said on Monday.

Patrick Sanders, 20, was sleeping on the couch when the gun slipped out of his pants on to the floor in the incident that took place on Saturday in a Houston apartment.

The child then handled the gun and Sanders tried to grab it from the toddler, police said.

“At that time, the gun went off and Sanders was shot in the face. The child was not injured,” Houston Police said in a statement.