Monthly Archives: March 2012

All Goes Away

Change is difficult, but necessary, it’s interesting, and confusing. It’s neither good nor bad, it is a requirement for growth. Modification makes room for new things, events and people in my life. It’s something I can count on happening: alteration, … Continue reading

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Suck It, And My Stereotype

Soccer season has started again, “God Save The Queen,” come Thursdays I’m in a perpetual state of dread, as I the rebel against the “Soccer Mom” stereotype.  I pack our picnic dinner of fruits, cheese, nuts, crackers, and water bottles. … Continue reading

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Posted in Confidence, Disorders, Ebony and Ivory, Marathons, parenting, Soccer Mom, writing | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments