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Crazy Ex Girlfriend

I truly wish sometimes that I was less conservative with my thoughts and emotions online and that I could really open up right now about some of the things going on in my life. 543 more words

Let's [Just] Pretend This Never Happened...

*This is my second super late review – sorry for the delay in my reviews! I will definitely be better with posting soon after finishing my reads! 322 more words


Humor in Healing

I’m inappropriate…highly…when it comes to finding humor in thing that others A-don’t think are funny or B-do find funny but NEVER should be discussed.  In a Women’s Group I’ve joined from church (still undecided about where it is good to be involved or totally undermining my recovery–but that’s another post), we talked about caregiving last week…someone mentioned keeping your sense of humor…I added a vignette about a hospital trip that included being on the bed in the hallway (the closest I could get to a room) and a patient needing assistance and the nurse not getting there in time…the scent of fresh feces filled the ER…and, my friend who was with me (a 1st grade teacher and mom who can handle urine, vomit and feces with the best of them) finally needed to move aside (the “accident room” was directly across from us) and asked if I minded her moving to fresher air for a few.  529 more words


Let's Pretend this Never Happened by Jenny Lawson

At first glance, the last three books I reviewed don’t have much in common. Fates and Furies is a story about the secrets and deceptions that make up a marriage. 462 more words

Book Review

I Met Jenny Lawson, and Something About Tangibility

Last week, on Friday the 13th, I got to meet one of my most favorite authors, and certainly the one whose writing has helped me grow creatively. 670 more words

Read this next: Let's pretend this never happened

Let’s pretend this never happened by Jenny Lawson

Why? Because it made me laugh out loud.

(And not just a chuckle or a one-time “Ha!”) 118 more words

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Today I Was Furiously Happy

Today, I got to meet one of my idols, and the reason I started blogging in the first place.

Jenny Lawson, aka The Bloggess, came to P-town and made me one furiously happy lady. 51 more words