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I'm a single mom of a beautiful and intelligent young lady who is the true first love of my life. She starts her firsts year of college on 8/27 and I am soooooo dang proud of her! She is my greatest success.
My favorited kid story - one I will never forget and love to share. When she was 6 years old and was getting her "morning business out of the way" she farted. I said "Jasmine, was that you?" She replied "No mommy, that was just my butt yawning!" I laughed so dang hard I peed my pantyhose. LOL
How do I continue seriously after that....lol...here I go anyway. I live in Southern California, born and raised. I have 4 brothers and 3 sisters. If you have heard Irish Catholics multiply like bunnies...it's no rumor...it's a fact!
I work from home and love my job because it offers two things all rolled up into one. Working from home and helping people. Two of my many passions.
I have 2 dogs, Travis and Joe. A puppy named Jackson who is a dirt-digging, garbage eating, feeding machine of an outlaw! But he's cuter than heck. And thene there is the boss, Bosley, the 9 year old cranky cat with fast paws and sharp claws...only when his food is in jeopardy!
Well, it's a little bigger than a nutshell but it's a little about me.
I'm glad to be here and anxious to make friends and business associates.
Have a blessed day!
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