I write a "life" blog -- well, it's about life the way I see things.  I'm married with two sons (a teen and a tween) and currently live in Connecticut (although I've lived in the NY, AL, LA, and TX before I landed here!).  I usually have musings on Mondays, offer tips on Tuesdays, add photos and scrapbook layouts on Wednesday, Blog about my crazy life (with some humor and sarcasm thrown in) on Thursdays and Fridays and then sum up my weekends on Sundays.  My goal is to make you think a little and, hopefully, laugh a little too.  I'm not about give-aways and contests -- there are many great bloggers who do that (and I follow them too!).  I just love to write, take photos, do crafts, and share what I do. My goal someday is to become a published author  (I've written for a local paper and small bridal magazine before.)  So who knows . . . you might be able to say you read me when I was "just" a blogger! I would love it if you'd check out my blog!  If you enjoy what you read, I'd be honored with a follow! 

 

Dawn

http://www.thewayiseethings.typepad.com

 

 


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