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Sitting in the car pick-up line at the elementary school I notice my new blogging account has been approved. How ironic. I want my first blog to be meaningful, inspirational and capture an audience. Ha-ha! Neither do I have the patience with my Galaxy Nexus to sit and do this but I also have no time for that. I am early, the line gets beastly if you are even arriving just as school ends, but three minutes is hardly time for a masterpiece.
I am too eager to wait until I get home to write my first blog though because 1. With 5 kids it won't happen until after 10 pm. And 2. Writing is a hobby I have neglected for well over a decade.
I am hoping I can merge my parenting, intellect, experience with difficult kids and love for writing into a 5 minute here and there I can steal hobby...blogging.


And as bad as I hate to admit it, my five minutes are up and this first inspirational blog has not been through proofreading.

My sincere apologies.
Tina

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Comment by Sonja Essen on November 28, 2012 at 5:58pm

Congrats! I look forward to seeing more posts... and I'm sure you'll have a lot to write about with five kids!

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