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  • January 25, 2009

    It makes me appreciate my family more.  It makes me proud to know that my son is proud of me. 

    I’ve cried.  I’ve dropped balls all over the place. 

    And yet - he’s a great kid and I’m a better person for all I’ve learned - from my bosses, my coworkers, and my family.  How do you subtract one from that and still end up you?

    Thanks Mrs. Flinger!

  • January 26, 2009

    I was destined to be a fourth generation divorcee but so far I have avoided that exit on this subway ride of marriage. My great grandmother was married twice though I’m not sure she ever worked. My grandmother was married 4 times. The first time she was divorced with one son. The second marriage she lost her husband in a car accident when her first son was 7 years old and my mother was 3 months old. I know she started working then and never really stopped. She was married once in between then and her current husband. They have been unhappily married for nearly 50 years. But she worked and worked. She still has trouble sitting still. My mother had me when she was 19 and divorced my dad not long after so has been working for a long time. She’s on her 3rd marriage and finally found one to stick I think (20 years in). I also work, but I’m trying stay married. I’ve made it 10 years so far. Feels like a record. I hope to “do it all!”

  • February 2, 2009

    Love it. Awesome. Great pov girl. I can’t wait to see you!

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