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Many of you know I’ve been rather busy. Some of you know I’ve been a bit depressed. And unfortunately, several of you saw a blog post I shared last week that I’m not proud of. I took it down, it’s … Continue reading
The first piece I ever wrote was in high school. It was a short children’s story about Chester the Chipmunk and his perilous journey from a pine tree to a Christmas tree. As reenacted years later in National Lampoon’s Christmas … Continue reading
I’m tempted to lie embellish here. I am tempted to spin a tale showing a precocious little me journaling all through my childhood and spinning stories that dazzled my teachers and parents. I want to reinvent myself as someone … Continue reading
Please welcome Heather to my blog today! Heather is a married mama of two tween girls and one stillborn baby girl. She’s been writing at The Destiny Manifest since 2001. She writes about appreciating all of the beautiful little things … Continue reading
Molly Shalz is a working mama to two beautiful and sweet boys, four-years-old and 2 1/2. They certainly keep her on her toes! Molly began blogging in December 2006 when she realized how much she missed writing. An online journal seemed … Continue reading
I wanted to tell you about two important things happening right now. First, we’re making great strides with the Gay Dad Project. Tomorrow (Wednesday, or depends on when you’re reading this!) … Continue reading
KeAnne straddles the world of IT and marketing at large university. After work, she can be found chasing her 3-year-old son, herding cats (literally), attempting to read and watching the Food Network obsessively with her … Continue reading
When she’s not ignoring social expectations, writing about her very real American Shtetl, and living like she’s on a elder hostel, Shoshana Martyniak can be found editing a monthly Jewish publication while breastfeeding her baby. She … Continue reading