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I’m a sometimes-clueless mom to two boys, Devin, 3, and Aidan, 8 months, who are my world (which they routinely destroy) as I’m a stay-at-home-mom. I’m also a wife to a man-child, Brian (aka computer god), that if I let fix things around the house, we’d have no house. But, since he’s a computer god I keep him around, because my computer is where I get my fix — I’m fully addicted to Facebook, my Google Reader, and will be addicted to Twitter again soon.
We’re California transplants in Austin, Texas (isn’t everyone?), and will not move back to California unless we win the lottery. So, we’re stayin’ ya’ll.
As you can see by my photo I look completely normal (at least I think so). But, if 99% of the people I know knew what went on in my head all day, they’d never talk to me again. So, my blog is about being true to myself and following my bliss when I can’t really do so in “real” life. I’ll write about normal stuff I find groovy like blogging and motherhood, but I’ll also write about way out there stuff like the afterlife, astrology, karma, reincarnation, and anything else that most people would find on the other side of normal. I’m very eclectic in my views and pretty much think every religion has something to offer. All paths lead to the same destination in the end.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Be honest. Be kind. Be positive. And, if at all possible...Be funny. And most definitely, BE GROOVY.
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