Want to see YOUR funny mommy story in print?

From finding a bleeping red crayon in the white wash to spit up on your only decent post-pregnancy blouse, I’ve been there. I feel your pain. We’re moms. Regardless of the ages of our children, there is a universal understanding when we hear the term, “mommy insanity”. (Along with a shameless sense of satisfaction when we hear tales of motherhood-driven insanity from other moms.). Well, moms, I want to hear from you! It’s YOUR turn to share YOUR story. I invite you to send in YOUR STORY. YOUR WHINE. YOUR VENT. Do you have a mommy whine that you’d love to see in print? I will be selecting stories for my next book. YOUR story could be featured! Write to me today at jackie@ventingsessions.com. Please include MOMMY INSANITY in the subject line. Please, no entries over 1,000 words. (The shorter, the wittier, the better.) Think back to an experience that you’ll NEVER forget. Something that makes you laugh today. Something that can help other moms feel a little less insane. Send in your story and enter to win a signed copy of my book, “How to Spread Sanity on a Cracker”. Winners will be chosen this summer and announced here at www.ventingsessions.com! Please make sure to include your name, home town and phone number. Deadline for entries is June 10 at 5 p.m. Good luck!

- Jackie Hennessey, blogger and author of How to Spread Sanity on a Cracker. Available at Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. Visit www.ventingsessions.com for more details!

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