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June 16, 2010


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Barefoot and Married

Hey, I've been reading your site lately, I came over from the Women's Colony. You're a great writer, I enjoy your stuff!


Wow! What a day you had. No need to justify saving the deep thoughts for next week!

Lurked here a time or two visiting from the colony. Intend to be a little more vocal now. :o)


And I thought my yesterday had been bad... Hats off to you - complete sentences, not just bullet points!


Sounds like an interesting week - hope you can get some rest.

Looking forward to the Confessional tomorrow - truly appreciate you taking it over.

green girl in Wisconsin

Having lived in a house with an ANNOYING security system, D and I built one with a silent one: deadbolts.
But we live in a low crime area, too, lest you think I'm stupid or sound superior!


Whoa, that is a lot! My husband mocks me about how early I go to bed, too. I need eight hours to function well. That said, on the days I get up at 5:15 it is really hard to force myself to go to bed at 9:00.
So glad your hubby wasn't hurt!

reluctant blogger

Crikey. You don't do anything by halves do you, Jenn.

busy bee suz

Wow, what a week Jenn.
Glad you survived the quake and sleepless nights; And Mr. Fix it was fine in the crash.
So much for an uneventful life.


Goodness what a week! I hope the rest of your week is more peaceful.

Smalltown Mom

You've had an interesting week.


Deep thoughts not required here.


Glad your husband was ok. That sounds like a nightmare crash, totally out of the driver's hands.

I ordered a No Phone Zone sticker from the Oprah website. Here's what I've learned since putting it on my back bumper (they're removeable)

1. When people tailgate, they see the sign and IMMEDIATELY pull back.

2. Cops come up behind me, see the sign and don't bother to check if I'm breaking the law by being on the phone.

3. If you want to follow a safe driver, pick one with a No Phone Zone sticker.


Good grief!!!


Very glad the Mr. wasn't injured and very, VERY glad you are continuing FCF! It is so liberating to get things off my chest in that forum, and to also know I'm not the worst wife/daughter/sister/daughterinlaw/sisterinlaw/employee/mother/human being ever created.


I'm glad your husband is ok! How scary is that.


Amazing that you managed to post at all - what a trooper!

Manic Mommy

I'm just impressed you're not blogging drunk. Hope next week is better!


So glad your husband wasn't injured in the accident. I've had sleeping woes this week too, I hope they calm down after graduation!


I'm glad your husband is ok!!!


Tornados are scary, but at least we usually have a little warning these days

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