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Ok I am sitting here staring at this blank page wondering what in the world I am going to share. I looked up at my daughter who had joined me at the table with her lap top and asked, what could I blog about. Not that I thought she really had any idea’s, but to my surprise and with no delay, she blurted out “Pokemon”. I laughed and thought how silly. But then the thought hit me (in keeping with my theme), “Pokeman gets an attitude change” Pokemon reveals heart values” and I couldn’t stop laughing and wondering who might my audience be, if I really intended to write about the cute little guy.

Well, now I guess I do have to say something about him, well not really about the actual Pokemon but about my grandson who was dresses up as Pokemon for the Fanime Event in San Jose. He took the hearts and the cheers of the crowds who had visited and won first prize in cuteness.

My grandson, has taken my heart and not because he is just so adorably cute… but because… well darn… I don’t really have a reason why and I suppose I don’t need one. Which reminds me of Pokemon’s catch phrase, Pokemon, “Gotta catch ’em all!”. I don’t need any more than the one I’ve got – he’s the absolute best Pokemon of all!

If you cannot be a poet, be the poem.  ~David Carradine

It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.  ~e.e. cummings

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About Veronica Schultz

We work with female entrepreneurs who are being held back by constantly putting other’s needs before their own. We show them how to create boundaries and build healthier relationships so they can live the life they truly desire.
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One Response to p-p-p-pokemon

  1. Jeannette says:

    Hi Veronica,
    Now that is an adorable Pokemon…when I look into the eyes of my youngest grandson,Julian who will be 4 in May I can see the joy and innocence of the very young.Sometimes he comes off with comments that crack us all up…like,”you’re driving me crazy and making me nervous!”Now of course he’s heard that from some adult and his parents are separated so we cant blame anyone in particular..lol…it was probably mema…that’s me….I am so thankful to our sweet Lord who has given me all that He has to give…take care and God bless…Jeannette

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