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Let ’em Go!!

When I first met Wayne we had this friendly debate over people moving on.  Letting people go.  We didn’t see eye to eye on the subject at all.   My position is this:  If I matter/mattered to you then you should “fight” to keep me, in the event I happen to serve you notice that I’m leaving.   I’m done or its over.   His stance is:  “Let ‘em go”.  If  ...

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ToughLuv Part2

      In the midst of practicing “TOUGH LOVE”… I realize that I’m learning things too.  Some people inboxed me with positive words and some not so much.  Its cool… I enjoy all emails.  The common thread was how could you as a mother allow your son to sit in jail?  Here’s the deal.  The Bible says God won’t give you more than you can  ...

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Am I missing something?

As I’ve said so many times before, there are no “rules to dating, marriage, breakups or divorce”.  No one that I’m aware of has written a book on “HOW TO BREAKUP … THE nice version”.  🙂 In particular, I’ve heard people who were friends with both say that once the couple breaks up they either end the friendships with both or revert back to the 1 that you  ...

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The feelings kids have

For every action there’s an equal reaction.   Piggybacking from yesterday’s post on Actions speak louder than words…, there’s a part 2 to the story.   So I got an email from the principal of my 8 y/o’s school.  Granted the infractions are minor and petty, but infractions all the same.   I started to think that the interruptions and acting outs are  ...

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Shouts Out with love

Today is the 1st day of the rest of “our” lives.  I say “Our” meaning my sons and I.  As a parent, you know this day will come but as the day draws nearer it really hits you that your child has grown up and its time for him/her to move out and move on with the beginning stages of their young adult life.  I was telling another  ...

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