Oct 11, 2013
Jun 16, 2013
Feb 21, 2013
Omg. It's been more than a year since I've posted. Can you say, depression? I am on my feet now and miss the blogging world but especially, Sandee. To you, I say thanks for being my best supporter. I received your email and wonder if you received mine months ago where I thanked you for reading my book and sharing my story with me. You are a true, caring soul. That's all for now.
Jan 28, 2012
Coming up, I will have a link to my contribution to Foster Focus magazine. The editor is based out of Pennsylvania, but has built national exposure. I will be the featured author in February. I do not even know what to say.
More gifts brought to me from the universe soon - with God as my upper power lighting the path that humbly lies before me.
Jan 17, 2012
Jan 16, 2012
Jan 6, 2012
Dec 21, 2011
A shocking, harrowing, and ultimately inspiring journey, Rhonda Zimmer’s life story—and that of her twin sister’s—is an extraordinary glimpse into the power of will, the strength of spirit, and the tenacity of two young women determined to turn their lives into rich, rewarding experiences. And what is possibly the most astounding thing of all is that in her recounting of the events of her life, author Rhonda Zimmer turns the other cheek with such ease and grace, her nature being one of extraordinary humility and awe-inducing peace and serenity. A must-read that teaches us all the power we hold inside, Foster Me Up: Entering the “System” Doesn’t Have to Mean the End is a reminder that only you can decide what is an ending, and what is a beginning.
Find it on Amazon.com. Kindle version coming soon.
Oct 14, 2011
Jul 26, 2011
Jul 25, 2011
In loving memory of my best friend of five years. She was at my heals at every moment, I heard her every sound, and she heard mine. She became my habit, my love, my everything. I took her everywhere I could. I never stopped thinking of her and never stopped wondering what she needed. She became my every breath.
I took care of her as if she were my child…I clipped her toe nails, gave her baths, cleaned her ears, brushed her coat, ensured she had her anal expressions and when her kidneys seemed to be failing, I put her on a diet. I took her on walks, hikes, and runs. We traveled everywhere together. She was my all and when I got a job last year and she was out of my presence, I missed her. She was so happy to greet me when I arrived home and I her. She was playful, loving, aloof, royal, but no matter what, she was my baby. I expected 10-12 years and I got five. But I will take it, ‘cause that’s what I got. She was the best thing to ever happen to me….ever…my whole life. Baci Fiona Jana, I love you and I miss you with all my heart and soul...5 months later, I still cry almost every day.