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I am a mom, a cancer survivor, a fiance', a teacher, a daughter, a sister, a runner, and an ex-wife......and most of all, I never make life easy.
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A day in the life…parenting, wedding planning, relationships; and family! Every day is a new destination! My life....all wrapped up in writing... fun, plenty of sarcasm, and some very honest reflections on life!
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