I see you didn't include an avatar in your profile. What photo/illustration fits you best?
the photo of myself...a photo of something with water otherwise. or something else happy...like uhh, an elephant? haha.
nice sock monkey, Mighty Mom! I have always wanted to make one:)
I almost didn't, but then I found this. I'm a walking disaster some days.
Hi Mighty Mom
Thanks for the question. My name "usha" means dawn...or the early morning rising sun.
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