Member since September 29, 2011
Bio I'm a daughter, wife, and mother. I work hard taking care of and loving my family. My older son has autism, and I love reading things that are uplifting or the oppisit of my reality.
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commented on Cathy
5 months ago
Hee, hee. Remindes me of the time my sister-in-law and i were kicked out of a yoga class. Yes, it is possible to be kicked out of yoga. We were not disruptive or rude or anything. She just didn’t like us, so she kicked us out.
commented on Rose is Rose
5 months ago
That is what I love about my dogs. They can be fearsome protectors of the house and yard. Or my husbands shoes. But then they come to me and get extra cuddly with me.
For my high school choir, I sold lots raffel tickets. Our choir director was on good terms with several groups and organizers that allowed our choir to go in with them for stuff and the best solution for all were these raffels. It was always a huge deal and the prizes were really good. We raffeled off stuff like cars or trucks. Trips to Europe, cruises. The cheapest thing we raffeled was a deal with a local grocery store. It was all really good stuff. And it benifited more then just the choir or the school. And we did the selling of tickets ourselves. Parents only helped get us to where we needed to go and helped hold down tables of where we were selling the tickets. Now my children are just in elementary school and they are already selling disgusting candies and useless, cheap junk. My neighborhood is bombarded with children selling stuff. I refuse to have my husband peddel the wares at his office. I refuse to sell this stuff to my clients. I just send a check to the school and politly tell them we did not sell a thing.
No matter how old a woman is, she always needs her mom.
commented on Heavenly Nostrils
5 months ago
May the schwartz be with you.
Dakota ‘won’ the starting contest? If I remember correctly, Marigold distracted everyone by transfering the magic from Dakotas hair to a plate of pasta that she produced from thin air. So, really, Dakota did not ‘win’ anything. She owes Phoebe and Marigold big time.
Dakota should be thankful that Phoebe and Marigold are her only real friends. No one else cared or noticed she was missing. No one else stuck their necks out to find her or rescue her. Then the spoiled rotten brat turns around and pops the “I am so much better then you will ever be” attitude with Phoebe and Marigold. Come on, they risked their lives for you and that is all you can respond with? How rude. I hope that Dakota realizes what a true friend Phoebe and Marigold are to her.She is so fake.
Well good. Dakota gets to keep her hair. And it isn’t magic hair anymore. Everyone wins! But where did the plate of pasta come from? Even for a unicorn that is pretty weird and a little far fetched. It’s…cheesy. Pun fully intended.
I was wondering the same thing.
Either Rose had a very bad nights sleep (lack of sleep) or she is not a morning person.
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