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It Isn’t About How It Looks

My ex’s family was always concerned with how things looked.  Superficiality was a staple in that family.  What will the neighbors think?  We need to show a happy family at all times no matter what is really happening underneath the … Continue reading

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I’m Blaming It On The Woo Woo

It’s been rough here lately which is why I haven’t been online.  My computer decided to act wacky so I’ve been deluging it with anti-virus programs which then messed up the websites, emails and even netflix.  It’s not been joyous … Continue reading

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Listen To Your Kids

I’ve been known to go off on a tangent talking with my kids – sometimes it might have even been lecturing in hopes that I could ward off any hard lessons they could encounter by being a proactive parent.  But … Continue reading

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Excellent Advice For All Divorced Parents

“Your children have come into this world because of the two of you.  Perhaps you two made lousy choices as to whom you decided to be the other parent.  If so, that is your problem and your fault. No matter … Continue reading

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Homesick And The Empty Nester

Both kids went off to college in August.  I was kinda anxious about being an empty nester, but honestly, I was a little excited too.  I mean, I hadn’t been on my own since – well, I don’t know when?  … Continue reading

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Dirty The Nest

College bound kids dirty the nest.  At least that’s the phrase I’ve heard over and over.  Do you know what it means? Dirty the nest means they struggle for independence from you on their way out the door to college … Continue reading

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Momma Bear

My kids call me Mom, Mother, Momma or Mama sometimes, especially my older one.  Mom is the everyday way.  Mother is when they are aggravated by me.  Momma is used when they need that extra loving TLC.  That’s the word … Continue reading

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