As I sit here, surrounded by my family, I can’t help but reflect on what a delicious and torturous decade this has been.

 

When 2000 began, I was a newlywed, barely 20-year-old, rose-colored glasses wearing ass-clown. I had no idea what being a true adult was like, but, boy-oh-boy did I think I had it whipped. Not so much. After a
couple moves and a whole lot of craptastic jobs, and grasping to make
ends meet, the hubz and I settled back in my hometown and I happened
into a comfortable job working with adults with disabilities.

 

2001 was all about getting grounded and starting to understand how the world really worked. Continue...

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