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Dwan Perrin's Blog (4)

I hear me

I hear myself



On way to hospital

Gabby used to be a very sweet, loving and affectionate child. She let me feed her as a toddler probably longer than I should have, she always liked to sleep in my bed or sit in my lap to watch a movie. Giving me kisses and rubbing noses was a regular in…

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Added by Dwan Perrin on January 23, 2010 at 5:55pm — No Comments

Happy 1st Birthday Nicki

Photobucket Last April we purchased a Boxer puppy and named her Nicollette. Our plans are to have her therapy trained for Gab. Our family enjoys participating in 5Ks for several charity events and want to be able to eventually take Nicki with us. She is so hyper, playful and full of life yet the sweetest dog. She loves to play and will climb right on top of you as if she was… Continue

Added by Dwan Perrin on January 16, 2010 at 12:14am — No Comments

Karma, Fate or Faith

Karma I have lived a tough life. Not a rough life. To me a rough life is someone who has partied hard, used drugs, drank a lot of alcohol, been in jail or maybe even homeless: that's rough. Although I haven't been down those roads I have lived a tough life. Being a mom at the age of 15, getting married and divorced at a young age, raising a child with disabilities by myself. These… Continue

Added by Dwan Perrin on January 11, 2010 at 12:16am — No Comments

Judging the Judgemental

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I have a stalker. Now before you contact the authorities on my… Continue

Added by Dwan Perrin on January 8, 2010 at 2:24pm — No Comments

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