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This morning, I’m thankful for vanilla creamer in my coffee, wood floors, and Roomba. Oh, and bacon! Bacon makes everything better. I should be getting ready for Mass, but I can’t control Diva on my own (she has regressed to when she was 3), and Hubs didn’t sleep at all last night – both of […]
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Southern. Hot. Mess. I say! Somebihyaaatch. My life has just completely taken this phrase to a new level.  I’m an emotional badass, I’ve decided. I’d have to be to get through the ridiculous living nightmare that has been my life the last 13 months! Again, mess is not sufficient. The level of batshit crazy I’ve […]
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Yesterday’s election results speak volumes. The left really believed a militant feminist would capture the entire women’s vote, & that combined with party hard-liners, would win the governor’s seat in Texas. Political gimics many times win. However, I must say, not this time, & not in Texas. In American politics, you have your party loyalists, […]
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To me, when I hear the word “expert,” I think of people over 50, all with PhD’s, who have toiled for decades with research, sitting as a panel, & discussing their findings together; experts. Now you can be well respected in your career field, you can perform years of research, hell, you can even form […]
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There’s been a LOT of madness in the world lately. I don’t even know where to start.  Name-calling, bickering, fear, hate, anger, fear, terror. Utter. Madness. And, I’m kinda over it. Let me go on record to say that our agencies are NOT doing all that is possible & completely within their means to stop […]
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Just saw a recent study & it made me throw-up in my mouth!! http://m.nationalreview.com/article/387408/psychologist-minorities-are-obese-because-racism-katherine-timpf Here are my thoughts: In my opinion, I think they got it backwards. People have low self-image because they are overweight. NOT vice versa. They don’t eat because they have low self image from racial stereotypes. What a load of horse […]
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This has been my belief since I can remember. Even in 1st grade I wanted to change the world, to make it better. I started going to church with our neighbors, & forced my parents to convert from Baptist to Methodist. As a Brownie Girl Scout, we went planting pine trees one weekend to help […]
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