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Okay...I'm far from a bad mom. In fact, my entire world revolves around my children and always has, even my career. I started out as a teacher and when I had kids I became an administrator of the preschool they went to so I could be with them all day. As they got older and into elementary school, I went back to get my Masters degree and became a Child Developmental Therapist so I could work around the elementary school schedule. THEN...years later....I became a writer! I love it so much, I made it my full time job.

I'm home all day long doing what I love. Taking care of my guys, my fur babies, tending house, being a wife, friend, sister, daughter etc..... AND WRITE!
I'm beyond thrilled when summer comes, but after a few months of running the guys around, having a million teenage boys in the house and a food bill that is NOT of normal stature, I'm ready. I'm ready for them to go back to school so I can claim my writing routine.
Down six months I'll be saying that I can't wait to have them home for summer. . .Oh well!


  1. hope you and the boys had a great first day back at school!


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