Tag Archive > motherhood

Equal, but Different, Part 2 (Finally!)

I’ll just jump straight into it, shall I? When you start talking about what a woman should and shouldn’t do, and Feminism, and Equality, you’d better be ready to make some people mad. I’m ready. This post is not about what I’ve read or what science or statistics tell us.  It’s about what I’ve observed […]

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Hi, My Name Is…….Um……What Was My Name Again?

This post is related, albeit very indirectly, to another post I wrote about having wanderlust.  One of my points about having wanderlust was that when you live in the same small community all of your life, people have a LOT of preconceived notions about who you are.  If you’re not careful, this can lead to […]

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Love Hurts, but Fashion Kills

I saw David and Victoria Beckham at Sheetz today. Well, not really.  They popped into my mind, though, when I saw this young couple there browsing through the touch screen menu.  I am fascinated by people like this. Or maybe I’m jealous.  I’m still trying to decide. The Sheetz-Beckham’s were dressed to the nines–casual yet still uber-stylish.  […]

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