a to z: k is for (my loving and loved) kids

When will I be loved? I think I’m already a pretty darn loved and loving person, especially to my kids. Since when does fame equal love? No one needs to be famous to be loved. My kids’ love for (ordinary) me and my love for them is all I need.

A – bear hugs, B – our family of 5, C – love letter

  • A to Z Challenge: K
  • Daily Prompt: When Will I Be Loved? – Have you dreamt of becoming famous? What would your claim to fame be? Comedy? Acting? Writing? Race car driving? Go!
  • Weekly Writing Challenge: Fifty – No rules. Just stick to the word count — no more, no less than fifty words.
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18 thoughts on “a to z: k is for (my loving and loved) kids

  1. Indeed!!! Your loved and loving kids are very affirming of unconditional and irresistible love in its purest form. They have a magical way of lifting ones spirit making everything right again—just by being who they are. They mirror all the love you give them in every way. Yes— you are loved ……

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