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Sarah Maizes's Blog – September 2009 Archive (2)

The Dark Side

My 9 year old daughter informed our dinner companions last night that I have a "dark side."



Despite the fact that it's true, I was alarmed that my daughter picked up on it. Of course, my sister and cousin were hysterical laughing and pointing fingers at me. I told them to "shut-up."



Does a 9 year old even know what a dark side is? And if so, when did she see it? Did she see me scratch my nose with my middle finger at some old lady who cut us off the other day? Did she… Continue

Added by Sarah Maizes on September 8, 2009 at 12:54pm — No Comments

Left, Center & Right-Of-Passage (T.M.I. Alert! If offended easily, turn back!)

Here is the latest post from my blog "Mommy Lite." If you like it and want more tales from the mayhem that is my life, I hope you'll check out www.mommylite.blogspot.com.



WARNING: This entry is a little graphic, if you're easily offended, don't read on. However, if you lack all sense of decorum (which apparently I do), read on and laugh at my expense. :)



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"LEFT, CENTER & RIGHT-OF-PASSAGE..."



Today I brought my daughters with me to get a Bikini… Continue

Added by Sarah Maizes on September 3, 2009 at 1:03am — No Comments

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