When I was little I kind of remember wishing I was a grownup wanting to make my own choices and do whatever I wanted. Now not so much; please put me back, I want to be a kid again. When I look at my little girl and get down on the floor and play with her see everything that she is learning and her face when she makes an accomplishment and we clap and say yea! I love my little girlie I cry when I see her hug her daddy and had so much fun making this slideshow for her for grandma’s birthday Friday.
IT makes me wish I was a kid again, but I never really felt grown up until I held her in my arms two years ago.
Breakfast in bed, what a wonderful way to start the day; Yogurt, pancakes shaped like hearts, so light they melt in your mouth topped with boysenberry syrup heated to prevent cooling to quickly, pink milk scrambled eggs, sausage and bacon were the main course of the feast that delighted the senses and set the overall mood for the day. Breakfast finished up with a nap and at noon then she noticed the mystery box, having never seen it before the thought that it may change day to anything else. To her surprise the box that she had opened had left her lying with head pounding and eyes swollen the real world realized and the normal life is not normal but they all end the same watching the sunsets fade.
I know I have talked a bit about bitcoin before but I want to throw some numbers at you and see if it will convince you to give crypto currency a try.
First let me say that I have been following bitcoin for about a year and a half unfortunately I was not one of those people that got a bunch and have just sat on them for the past 5 years, but I am learning. I don’t plan on missing something like this again. So with that said let me talk about Bitcoin and crypto currency. Bitcoin was created in 2009 and was given away to get it started and then after the initial distribution it grew by mining and today is the most popular of the crypto currencies. If you don’t have a bitcoin wallet you need to get one. The wallet I use is blockchain.
Now on to amazing, I have been researching the next phase in the crypto thing and I am also a part time investor in Forex, I also get a lot of news about trading. Wall Street has been talking about the next bitcoin but bigger. Many very large companies have already bought in like Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, and Central Bank of Canada. I love the fact that I can walk into a Bank of America and deposit straight into it with only an invoice number and my user name. And that is all they have about me my email address.
What I am talking about is Ripple or Rippletrade.com to be exact. Ripple is a new network and crypto currency that is used for fast cheap payment transfer across the world. Ripples or XRP is super easy to buy through snapswap, Ripple tells you how and it was so easy. It took a day to credit to the account just like if you made a deposit in the bank.
Right now XRP are worth about 2 cents each. I have about 5k that I got Thursday for one cent each. So I have already doubled my money. I didn’t spend anything that I didn’t want to lose but this 5000 XRP if it realizes the same profit that bitcoin had earlier this year it will be worth $9,000,000. If it goes up in the same percentage as Amazon it will be worth $15,000,000,000, yup 15 billion. I am not in any way suggesting that is what will happen but I just thought I would share what I am doing for a chance at amazing. I didn’t really have anyone to share it with so chose my blog friends.
None of this is information was provided for pay or referral. I just wanted to give others the chance. The only thing I gain is, if it succeeds it will be amazing.
This is my cause meet effect
John Wesley and twin brother Jason William born at only 25 weeks weighing a pound and a half each were with us for only 17 days. They both suffered grade 4 brain bleeds and we were advised by the hospital that they had “NO” chance and the best thing for them would be to remove them from life support. We did as they advised fearing that a short life of horrible pain would be no life. We truly regret the decision as we now know we were lied to by the hospital, and have met children who have suffered grade 4 brain bleeds born as micro preemies living a normal life, one being my step sister who I had barely known until after this happened, and her son. She helped me understand a lot after spending 9 months in the hospital with Miles also born weighing a pound and a half and suffering a grade 4 brain bleed. He is now 10 and doing awesome.
The choice although was not heartless, on the day the babies were born their paternal grandmother was laid to rest having passed after losing her fight with cancer. Their maternal grandmother also lost her fight with cancer 5 years earlier along with their great grandmother who also fought cancer. And one month later great grandmother Rosie passed after a fight with cancer. Not to mention the family that we have lost through nature.
The babies were the product of many wonderful people all having special skills, talents and personalities. They missed their chance to show the world how amazing they were.