Monthly Archives: October 2010

Who Am I?

Who Am I? I influence more people in the world than anyone else The soldier guarding your country was influenced by me The policeman giving your mom or dad a speeding ticket to make them drive slower and keep you … Continue reading

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She Did Her Best

The teen years have a couple of well-founded characteristics.  One can best be described as “self-awarded authority with no foundation of knowledge”.  More to this point was a small town newspaper ad some years ago that read: “Encyclopedia set for sale.  Excellent … Continue reading

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Bungled Mothering

“If you bungle raising your children, I don’t think whatever else you do matters very much.” Jackie Kennedy Wow.  Seems a tall order.  If we don’t raise our kids right, then nothing else matters?  Nothing? Wow. Wait, this isn’t an … Continue reading

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Balancing the Scales

Breast or bottle; cloth or disposable; veggies or fruits; mountains of crustless sandwiches; orchards of peeled apples; shelves of tippy cups; mind-boggling array of potty training techniques.  For the first few years of a child’s life, motherhood seems preoccupied with what goes in the top of children … Continue reading

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Life Cycle

Motherhood:  Entered through a party to work on an assembly line of repetitive tasks to retire wishing you knew then what you know now because you just unleashed the most significant work of your lifetime and regretting not sitting a … Continue reading

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