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I am an old soul in a young body, currently raising my husband and five kids in the suburban cow pastures of Texas. I tell everything like it is and struggle daily with my love/hate relationship with imperfection. I explore my humor-infused reality on my blog, Save the Bread.
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My blogging philosophy is simple... I want real life on my blog. I'm not out to change the world, decorate it, or clean it. Writing is therapeudic for me, so I'm doing what I love about topics that interest me, whether anyone else reads them or not.
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