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What Is A Friend?

It seems, to me,  one of the greatest misconceptions in my life, at least within the paradigm of relationships, has been that I have longed believed that a “friend” looks like something that doesn’t exist. I see these sister-friends who have invested so much in each other that they function almost as a unit.  I […]

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The Specter of Socialization

The “socialization” question makes me Ka-Razy. I don’t know about you but I am DYING over here. Even before we had children we were committed to the ideal of home education.  After we started we were consistently asked about what home schooling looked like for our family.  Often the answer was easy.  “Have you met […]

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The Beat Goes On

* Politicks:   Santorum did well yesterday,  Romney gloated,  Paul didn’t play and Gingrich won’t give up.   In unrelated news,  I received several emails with “chilling” letters from Lou Pritchett.  Snopes?  Don’t care enough to bother.   For all the frightened conservatives out there right now?  Where were you when you were feeling so good about having […]

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For the LOVE of Margaret!!!

That’s a favorite expletive at my house and it expresses extreme frustration… Bear with me… IF you were pursued about a “promotion” in your current job and after careful consideration express an interest and inclination to move forward with the opportunity, you would be available to proceed with the requisite interview process. Right? But what […]

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Heidi’s Thought For 2Day

I am secure enough in my sexuality to not need to mention it at every awkward moment that presents itself. Wouldn’t it be great if the gay/lesbian/transgendered/inflatabledoll brigade did too? I don’t want to know what turns you on.  Or who.  Or why.  Or who knows and who doesn’t. I don’t care. And it would […]

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