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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Be careful what you wish for, cause you just might get it!


I am not one to complain, but just the other day I was actually thinking: Boy, I miss being single. I know some of you are thinking: What! But it's true. I miss being unattached to someone. I miss the freedom of not having someone look over my shoulders, tell me the shows I watch on TV sucks, ask me when I am coming to bed and thinks it's romantic to take my hand to touch "it" down there early in the morning while I am still asleep. And this may be cliche, but I especially miss not having to put the toilet seat down every time I go in the bathroom. Why do they always forget? Not even putting a sticking note in the bathroom where he can see it, helps.  God forbid, I ask for some space I get the "What you talking about Willis?" look. But truth is, its all good. Though it's taking some getting used to, I am enjoying learning on the job and it is getting more and more interesting every day.

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MOMMY-IN-CHIEF...I am a mother, daughter, sister  and friend, but more importantly I am an aspiring writer.  I've raised two teen-age girls and at the age of thirty-something I've decided to start this mother-hood thing from scratch with my eight month old baby girl.  I am a Political news junkie and I love, love, reality television. My blog is my new found passion.  On my blog - MOMMY-IN-CHIEF, I spill my guts about kids, family, mistakes, accomplishments and whatever is on my (CRAZY) mind. Regrets? You bet. Happy? Most times. Opinionated? Hell yes! Since my aspiration is to be a writer, my BLOG is my practice board and I will make mistakes, so don't expect perfection! 

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Be careful what you wish for, cause you just might get it!


I am not one to complain, but just the other day I was actually thinking: Boy, I miss being single. I know some of you are thinking: What! But it's true. I miss being unattached to someone. I miss the freedom of not having someone look over my shoulders, tell me the shows I watch on TV sucks, ask me when I am coming to bed and thinks it's romantic to take my hand to touch "it" down there early in the morning while I am still asleep. And this may be cliche, but I especially miss not having to put the toilet seat down every time I go in the bathroom. Why do they always forget? Not even putting a sticking note in the bathroom where he can see it, helps.  God forbid, I ask for some space I get the "What you talking about Willis?" look. But truth is, its all good. Though it's taking some getting used to, I am enjoying learning on the job and it is getting more and more interesting every day.