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It's not the just economy, stupid!

This is my blog about my recent experiences looking for a job in my new town. 

 

It's not just the economy, stupid!

You know that saying, "It's the economy, stupid" that we always here as an excuse for everything when the economy is not so great?  It is really over-used, and…
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Added by Jennifer Copeland on February 15, 2012 at 11:26pm — No Comments

The Mom Uniform

A couple years ago, while pregnant with M, I read on a parenting forum about being trapped in a wardrobe rut, always wearing the dreaded "Mom Uniform", khakis and a button-down shirt. At the time, I chuckled and made a mental note to mix up my body coverings once baby was born. After M was born, however, I found myself in the Totally Let Myself Go Uniform - I wore the same PJs all day (and night) several days in a row, even though they stunk of spit up. I just didn't see the point in…

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Added by Karen U on October 9, 2011 at 9:42pm — No Comments

If I Could Write a Letter to Me

I was riding in the car only a few short minutes ago and the song If I Could Write a Letter to Me by Brad Paisley (yes another country song)

came on. As I listened to it I got to

thinking what would I have told myself if I could send a letter back in

time. I of course couldn’t send a letter

to myself as a little kid because I wouldn’t be able to read but I think I

would send the 12 year old me a letter that went something like this….…



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Added by Danielle Maynard on October 26, 2010 at 9:34pm — No Comments

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