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I'm a 42 SAHM. I like to garden, crochet, knit, quilt, read, boat, hike, and play on the computer. I have two girls -aged 7 and 9. One is dually exceptional (has a possible reading disability, and is possibly gifted), and the other has an anxiety disorder. I have two animals that drive me absolutely nuts.
I wish I was more organized and had a greater handle on managing my home.
I think there are costs and benefits to be a working mom as well as a SAHM. For the moment, the SAHM works best for me - but I don't believe it is the best for everyone.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I blog to clear my head, to answer a long, slumbering writing muse, and to meet people. I'm trying to find my voice - so I'm experimenting with various things on my blog. I would love to turn it into some money someday but am unsure as to how.
I have been blogging since...
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