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A Few Things I Forgot… About Being A New Mother

My daughter, my eldest child, just had her first child– a baby boy. They live in Israel, and I flew over for his birth and to help afterwards. What was meant to be a two-week trip, became 4 and I … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned Watching My Children Grow Up… or Lost In Translation

Currently Featured on Huffington Post So please feel free to shoot over there and give me some sugar! “I wasn’t born your mother.” I said this in another post. It seems like a no brainer, but somehow, between the time they … Continue reading

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To Each His Own… Troubles.

I’ve said it before, life is not about fairness; it isn’t fair.  Each of us has our own troubles to work through and who hasn’t said, at some point, this just isn’t fair. However, this weekend felt like being smacked … Continue reading

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