I'm always looking for that place I can go to feel supported, cared for and happy. Who doesn't want that? But I work from home. I live in a town that is not very accepting of outsiders. I've only lived in KY for 4 years. I don't know many people and don't have a lot of friends here. I have friends back in my home state of California, but they are very far away and very busy.

So I thought I'd take up a quest to find a group of supportive friends online. Thinking about what kind of friends I want I realized that I would like to find people who can laugh at themselves. I, of course, want to be supportive of others, but I find I gravitate towards people who can make fun of themselves or at least not take themselves too seriously.

I have an 8 year old girl and a 24 year old boy. So you can imagine that I can't take anything too seriously and not go crazy! LOL

My dad is my best friend. My mom and I have been improving our relationship. I saw this video a couple of weeks ago that made me think of her (do YOU have a mom like this?)


This just cracked me up!!! It is soooo like my own mom.

Please send a friend request if my humor doesn't seem too over the top and you don't mind that I find myself funny. ROFL!!!

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