Friday, April 08, 2005

Bodden's WebbLight

Second post! First one was lost in BlogLeaven! My new and very first blog space is exciting, thanks to my daughter Amy Bowllan, KFTeachersblog site!
I'm embarking on the adventurous " Bloggingaragesail"! Come Aboard!! It's a stormy time in my life but I'm willing to let the winds of changes have their sway!
My name: Camille Bodden, RN MSN; nursing faculty for 20 years at Queensborough Community College in Bayside, New York.
In my lost first blogging attempt, a few seconds ago; I told someone in blogger heaven all about my struggles and sorrows. I wrote all about how there will be a few tears shed this 2005 as I'm saddened by the death of Pope John Paul II; it's the tenth anniversary of the death of my 7th child, my youngest son, Abdul. He would have been 34 on 4/5/05; he was murdered by a young man out on parole up in Buffalo while attending college; the young man is presently serving time in prison. I pray for him, for his soul & for his conversion.

I will be sharing a few of my passions: Spirituality, Culture; Experiences in Nursing, my trip to China in 2003 to teach nursing students (awesome!); Marriage , Motherhood, (raised 10 children) & Widowhood.
It's great to be apart of this wonderfully, challenging 21st century.

Welcome aboard Boddensweblog!!!


  • At 12:12 PM, Blogger Anne Davis said…

    Welcome to the world of blogging! My mother had a blog and she loved it! Sadly, we lost her to pancreatic cancer this past August. I treasure her blog.

    I think it's great that you will be sharing a few of your passions. I look forward to reading them. Wow! 10 children raised is quite an accomplishment. My heart goes out to you about your youngest son.

    Again, glad to welcome you to the blogging community. We all learn and share so much together. It's a great journey!

  • At 2:20 AM, Blogger Camille Bodden said…

    Dear Anne, Thanks so much for the comment! camille

  • At 9:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Hi Camille. I've tried reaching you through your daughter Amy but no success yet. I am also descended from Judge Wayne--actually, his neice Sarah was my ancestor. I guess that would have made her Elizabeth's (or Danny's)first cousin, at least by blood. I'd love to be in touch and hear how the work on your family history is going. Judge Wayne sold his house in Savannah to Sarah and her husband and my mother grew up in that house.
    Hope to hear from you!
    Margaret in Brooklyn at


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