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Hell Hath No Fury . . .

Like a mother whose daughter has been mistreated by a perverted lowlife on a bus.

There will be another entry about today, maybe, but first I want to address what happened to Lucy today. 1,070 more words

Personal Essay

Toxicity Bubbles Up From Deep Inside... And I Have To Blog Again.

Today, my daughter told me about her meeting with her uncle, aunt and cousins from her sperm donor’s side.

She came in contact with them for the first time only months ago and I am happy for her. 1,999 more words


SO Frustrated Right Now

I am having a real hard time deciding what the right thing to do when it comes to dealing with my in-laws. I have read books, searched the internet looking for help. 363 more words


Time Out Is Almost Over Yeah I Guess

During our 90 time-out period we had no contact with any of my husband’s family. It was actually quite peaceful we had no family drama. We were almost through our 90 day time out my father in law had a heart attack. 326 more words


Teacher passes inappropriate notes, selfies to second grader

Cary Reed became concerned when his 7-year-old daughter came home from school with a strange note from a teacher at the school.

The teacher, who teaches 4th grade, was not Reed’s daughter’s (she is in the 2nd grade), but it was concerning nonetheless. 173 more words


Ain't No Whoopins Goin on Round Here

Last Friday, when picking Josie up from school, the Para informed me that Josie exhibited questionable behavior. That twitch that happens when someone is about to deliver upsetting news gave me away, even as I attempted a heartfelt “what do you mean?” She went on to inform me that Josie was a bit “combative,” and kept threatening to “kick everyone’s ass.” Now I know this sort of threat would be addressed with stern punishment in the typical classroom, and I am totally against terroristic threats of any kind, but something must have really upset the balance within the classroom. 617 more words

Down Syndrome

High school comedy GUIDANCE now showing

David Gold (writer-director Pat Mills) is a 36-year-old pathologically immature former child actor, who has never been able to get over high school. Recently diagnosed with skin cancer, unemployed and with nothing left to lose, he fakes his résumé and gets a job as a high school guidance counselor. 102 more words