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Archive: 04 2012
Bumpyboobs
Apr
28

Tickle Torture and Why I'm Deciding to Relax

Sweet, sweet nothingness. After a week of full-steam ahead – I think it’s time for a break. Sure there are things to do, posts to write, chores to attend . . . but once in a while you’ve just got to say: Nope, I’m staying in bed. (Or in my case, I’m getting back in bed). The other day Zsolt sent me… Read More

lovely_lady_lumps
Apr
26

What to Expect When You're Expecting

For as long as I can remember, I have needed external validation for just about anything that I do. When I was in school, I always wanted to be the top of my class. I would come home with an 86% on a math test and my mom would jokingly say 'Where's the other 14%' because she knew that I wasn't happy with only… Read More

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marie
Apr
26

My Daughter Doing Something Amazing For Women With Cancer

I am a proud mom.  I admit I think my kids are likely the most amazing kids in the world, but I am sure I am biased a bit:-) And, my kids have been so good through this whole experience - from the day they found out I had breast cancer, through the surgery and still today.  It is a lot for a kid to deal… Read More

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sandy_webb
Apr
25

Counting, Always Counting

This is a blog post I put on my personal blog in September of 2011. My birthday is Saturday. This will be my second birthday without TJ. The fact that I will be celebrating my birthday without TJ doesn't bother me as much as the fact that I take note that it is my second birthday without TJ.  When will this… Read More

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both sides
Apr
23

Balance - a work in progress, a poem

I rushed from work to the fracture clinic – nightmares of missing the cast removal and zing… off came the cast. I’m not sure what I was expecting – that I would shake it out and on I would go? It looked like it didn’t belong to me – a huge swollen mound of wrist, stiff with withered muscles like an… Read More

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