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What I’ve Been Up To

Sometimes one needs - and deserves - and a time out.  After I published my thoughts on the Great Cheeto I put myself on a media time out to preserve my sanity. Life... Chaos? Following my self-imposed media blackout my parents moved out, going into...

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Breaking: Vagina Wars

Trump declares war on vaginas, inspires legions to attempt control of baby cannons everywhere. Angry pussies #resist and #persist.

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Dating 101 and Uncommon Goods

Dating tips, F-bombs, and all things uncommon goods. Oh, and an ampersand cheese tray. And glitter. Lots and lots of Glitter. Just don’t get sloshed.

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Writing the Thing

Staring at yummy turkeys (men) I could claim for my own, waxing poetic on the virtues of men in jeans, instead of writing the thing that needs writing.

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McDreamy is McGone

My McDreamy is McGone, so as I navigate this world of dating I fill the empty moments with Mer/Der screen time. #StreamTeam

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This is Why I Run

I started running to escape my ghosts and found peace in the cool breeze. These words tonight I now lay to rest, may they leave me in peace as I run.

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Context Travel in Montreal

If you love history, if you thrive on knowing the stories behind hidden gems, I recommend you book a tour with Context Travel.

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I Like to Move It | #StreamTeam

I Like to Move-it-Move-it The kids are * supposed * to be sleeping. Except I can hear the 3 year old, singing at the top of her lungs in her bed.  "I like to move-it-move-it" - Over, and over, and over again.  Ad Nauseam. That can only mean one thing: "Hot Tub Time...

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Sharing Moments Not A Mortgage

Dating – sex & companionship – doesn’t mean you’re getting ‘serious’. It means you’re enjoying each other, sharing moments – not a mortgage.

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Single Parent does Roadtrip, Survives #StreamTeam

I've been known to take the kids away in May for our 'summer' trip - mostly because I hate crowds and inflated prices. Except this year was different.  This was the first time I loaded up the new Ford Escord, stuffed 3 kids and 2 carseats + gear, and headed out into...

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You’ve got mail

The feeling of comfortable nostalgia set in – and then the empty store scene came up, the one where the mother and daughter are twirling. That’s when I lost it. You see, my mother has early-onset dementia.

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