Monthly Archives: July 2008

Try It On!

As a “plus-size” girl, it’s easy to walk through any store looking at all of the things you think are adorable only to find that they don’t have your size. Many times, it seems as though buyers think that the … Continue reading

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Back to School – Majors

Over the summer, I have been looking into going back to school.  It’s something I’ve wanted to do for quite some time but always found a reason to wait.  In just over a month, I will be a college freshman.  … Continue reading

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Moving On or Running Away?

Things have been beyond crazy here, in a good way!  Here’s an excerpt from the latest Kiera Colby story.  This character drives me nuts sometimes!  The life circumstances are different, but I definitely see pieces of myself in her. Kiera … Continue reading

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Learning to Have Style

Choosing accessories to go with a cute summer top should not cause one to hyperventilate in Target, nor should it have one on the verge of tears.  Shouldn’t, but it did.  I was about 10 seconds from finding the nearest … Continue reading

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Expectations for Holidays

When parents divorce, holidays become a carefully choreographed dance. Time has to be split between families to give everyone time with the kids. When the children are grown, things get even more complicated. Once the children married, they have to … Continue reading

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Continuing Education

I’m learning more and more about myself and the world around me every day.  I hate to say that many of these lessons are being taught through the University of Facebook.  Today’s lesson is that the people you knew in … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Baby!

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