Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
After being in the Corporate World for over 20 years, I happily turned in my pristine suits and 60+ hour work weeks to become a SAHM for my wonderful little Miracle Baby...I had no idea what I was getting myself into, as the 'work' of taking care of a newborn (now toddler) was much more stressful and time consuming than my career was, but oh how I love it, and wouldn't trade my special moments with my little angel for anything else in the world!
What is your blogging philosophy?
I really don't have a 'philosophy' about blogging - I've enjoyed reading all the other 'Mom Blogs' out there, and have thought a lot about blogging about the good, the bad and the ugly of mommy-hood, but just never really felt secure enough in myself to post my thoughts and various other things for the whole world to read. But then I was inspired to blaze my own trail when I was involved in a campaign to try to save one of my favorite shows from last year, 'Journeyman', which took me to the blogosphere to post my Random Thoughts. Once that ship sailed for good, I didn't see any reason to stop posting my thoughts, particularly since my Little Princess inspires so many of them! ;) I'm really in the infancy of my blog, but am having so much fun thus far!
I have been blogging since...
Only since January 2008, but very sporadically...my goal is to post a new blog every day!
Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
I am now following your blog and your daughter in the pic with that snake WOW! I am terrified of snakes so she Rocks!!
You can check out my blog at frugalcitygirl.blogspot.com I will be going back for more reads
Thanks for addin gme to your circle of firends Stacy. I am following your blog and others from the follow me group...now I have to read. Such wonderful stories and fun stuff to share. hope you're having a great weekend.
Hi Stacy! I've been reading your blog but having problems commenting, for some reason. I get a server error. It could be a problem on my part, though I don't know what. I'll ask my husband about it! But I wanted to comment on your post today that I can totally relate to what you wrote! I was kinda dreading Christmas break being over and my husband going back to work and the older kids going off to preschool. When they all left the house this morning and it was just me and my younger twins, it was SO nice. The quietness of it all was glorious, even though I still had the little ones making noise, it wasn't quite as loud!!
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