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Hello my name is Patricia Robertson. I am a happily married mother of four wonderful blessings. I am a believer in Jesus Christ and I am thankful for His gift of redemption. I am a stay at home mom which I love for the most part HAHA. I get the opportunity to be a stay at home mom because I am a Independent Consultant for Perfectly Posh, I absolutely love my business and stand behind the products I sell. If I had to pick a few things that people should know about me it would be I love pickles, I HATE peanut butter, I think anything with artificial strawberry flavoring is nasty, I enjoy cooking, I am always in search of a good book, I believe in honesty, I should read my Bible more than I do, I am green thumb challenged (even though I try really hard), I think that bullying is the most cowardly thing a person can do, I think you should get to know someone before you judge anything about them, I am no where near grateful enough for all the wonderful people and things I have in my life, and I love to connect with people.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Be honest and open as possible. Respect others and their opinions.
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