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I am an economist by education, a poker player at heart, a showdown player for fun, a screan reader scritp writer by necessaty, a stay-at-home-mom by choice and, a writer to make sense of it all.
Since January 2011, when I was put on bedrest due to early contractions and, a history of multiple miscarriages, I've been taking a break from all other duties, such as:
Playing showdown for the Swedish national team and, writing scripts in order to make poker software accessible to other blind poker players. Instead I write about baby loss and childhood cancer and, try to focus on being the best mom that I can be to the children I've been lucky enough to get to keep. I have a teenager who is the pride of my heart at all times (when I'm not ready to put him up for sale on the black market) and, a wonderful little rainbow baby at almost 11 months, who is the bravest little miracle I know. He reminds me every day of what true love is all about. They both do.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I blog to keep my sanity
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