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End of an Era...I don't understand Twitter



my baby boy. eating his first meal











I feel nerdy for saying this but I don't understand twitter and why is it so exciting. I really don't care to know what anyone is doing on a daily basis, I find it boring.





School is finally over..I really don't know what to do with myself this summer, as I am taking two online courses. I am trying to find a waitressing job so that I can study abroad next… Continue

Added by Emily on May 17, 2009 at 12:35am — No Comments

Being a student Mommy is hard!!!

Going to school full-time and being a mom, geez I have had harder things in my life but this is just too much at times.



I got married at 22, had a baby at 23 got divorced at 25 and now I am going to school at Misericordia University in Dallas PA. I am in a special program that allows single mothers to go to school full-time and have their children on campus with them, it's a blessing that I will never regret.



I have to admit though this is my first semester and things… Continue

Added by Emily on April 28, 2009 at 9:54am — 1 Comment

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