Grieving

I have been very quiet on social media about my mom’s death. My dad, sister, husband, or daughter don’t read my blog. It’s been a while since I posted anything on my blog. This is my first time mentioning anything about my mom on line. I will share my blog with my daughter when she’s older.

Last month, my parents were on their way to celebrate my dad’s birthday at the Hard Rock Casino. They were at the wrong place and the wrong time. A run away rolling truck ran down the hill. My parents were in that horrible car accident . On sad note, they didn’t make it to celebrate my dad’s birthday. The run away truck hit them. My dad survived but my mom passed away on scene. She lived a short life and died at the young age of 67. She was a cancer survivor but didn’t survive the car accident.

The grieving process has been difficult and I’m slowly getting through it. My mom was buried a month ago yesterday. I didn’t take any pictures at the viewing or funeral. The last minute slide show was played at her viewing. See below..

 

 

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I miss Disneyland!

Thank goodness I made this YouTube video before our iMac crashed. I didn’t get to save this video on our external drive.

I haven’t made a vacation photo book yet of our Disneyland trip from 2014. I’m thinking of just making a slideshow instead.

Next time we go to Disneyland or Disneyworld I will try and take more videos. It’s nice watching the memories over and over again.

Landline

Do you use a landline? We have a landline. I realized we don’t use it that much. We are thinking of cancelling our landline. My husband has his cell phone and I have my Fongo VoIP free phone. I also have my prepaid cell phone plan.
A lot of people don’t have a home phone now a days and just live off their cell phones. It seems like a waste to pay for our home phone when we hardly use it.
I love Fongo It works with wifi or data. Fongo is a free VoIP phone for Canadians. You can use Fongo on your mobile devices, iPod, itouch, and iPad.

Cancelling cable?

My husband and I are thinking of cancelling cable. We will still have Neflix. Our daughter loves TV. I think she watches too much TV and we need to practice more reading. Grade 1 will end in a month or so.

I can still watch my favorite morning show on BT television on my ipad or iphone. By cancelling cable, we can spend time on other things like Disney Infinity, family hikes, board games, reading and much more.

I am curious about Roku and Crackle They sound interesting. If we cancel cable, our daughter will miss DisneyXD. She can watch DisneyXD on the iMac direct from their site.

Do you have cable or just have Netflix? My co-worker just has Netflix. I like the idea of cancelling cable next month. I will miss my reality shows & I can read updates on line.