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And doggone it...

To whom it may concern,



I know this is probably tacky and inappropriate, but I'm having one of those weeks (which, if I gave you the details for, you would sit down and eat this box of caramel filled chocolate covered toffee dusted marshmallows with me- yeah, you read that right).



I'm nominating myself.



Why?  Why would I do that?



Because I'm freakin' awesome, that's why.  Because I have weeks like THIS week, and instead of eating the whole box of… Continue

Added by Becoming SuperMommy on September 2, 2011 at 1:00am — No Comments

In Honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

At thirteen, I found myself one evening marching in a "Take Back the Night" rally, megaphone in hand and leading a horde of chanting women through the University of Michigan campus.





I've been thinking about that experience a lot the past few days.





This is an unsafe world.  There are so many dangers we can protect ourselves from, and so many we can protect our children from, but not all.  Not nearly all.





That rally was misguided.  The idea was to protest… Continue

Added by Becoming SuperMommy on April 7, 2011 at 10:53am — No Comments

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