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It’s OK to Feel Like a Mess

I usually reserve this blog for the mundane, the common, the minor and frustrating yet amusing issues we Real Women face on a daily basis.  My goal is to let this blog be a place to set aside big worries, … Continue reading

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Violation

When I was a young girl, our house was broken into and robbed. Actually, “broken into” isn’t really accurate. Back then, we lived out in the country, in a lovely little town, and we didn’t lock our doors. I know, … Continue reading

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Danger or Kindness?

It’s a big scary world out there. Every day we hear about some atrocity that has happened at the hands of someone, or group of someones, who are evil. Shootings, hackings, abductions, scams… Thanks to frightening news, have all become … Continue reading

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Safe to Help?

The difference between a helping hand and an outstretched palm is a twist of the wrist.  ~Laurence Leamer, King of the Night We Real Women were raised to believe in the importance in helping those who are less fortunate than … Continue reading

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And yet we survived

While planning the new season of church school, a group of us volunteer moms thought it would be nice to have bean bag chairs and pillows in the common area where we will gather the kids to start the lessons … Continue reading

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Creature Comforts

Most of us, as young children, had a beloved item that brought us great comfort.  It could have been a traditional teddy bear, a doll, a blanket, or even an old tshirt.  Whatever it was, it was a source of … Continue reading

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