Don't Steal

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  • Who Are These People?

  • CircusMom-Well, that's me, yours truly!

  • CircusDad-The best husband in the world.

  • Thing 1-My 11 year old daughter

  • Thing 2-My 9 year old daughter

  • Thing 3-My 7 year old son

  • Thing 4-The baby, my 4 year old daughter

  • B-Dog-The craziest Boxer in the world.

  • I am 28 years young.

  • I am married to the best man ever, with four beautiful children, and a crazy, CRAZY Boxer.

  • I love all things cooking related: Cook books, cooking blogs, cooking shows. My dream has always been to be a chef. In the mean time, I pretend to be one at home. Hey-works for me.

  • I am a reader. I will read (almost) any book, and no matter how long it is, I can read it within a few days. Sometimes a few hours.

  • I cannot handle vomit, diarrhea, or anything icky. Especially if it comes from the dog.

  • I became a mother at the ripe age of 16. And, no, I am not a 'cool mom', much to my children's dismay. I left home after having my daughter, worked and took care of my daughter on my own. I raised myself, and I feel I did a pretty darn good job.

  • My husband is the biological father of my youngest daughter, but he is a daddy to all of them. That is all that matters. We have been together for six years, but I feel like I have known him all of my life.

  • I stand up for myself and my beliefs.

  • I stand up for those I love.

  • I speak my mind, think my own thoughts and, for the most part, do things my own way.

  • I won't compromise what's in my heart

  • I won't allow anyone to step on me.

  • I have the courage and strength to allow myself to be who I truly am and won't become anyone else's idea of what they think I "should" be.

  • I am outspoken, opinionated and determined.

  • I am currently trying to find myself. Meaning...I am trying to find out what I believe in, and it is one of the hardest journeys I have taken.

  • Growing up, I learned that you can beat the snot out of your siblings without ever even laying a hand on them. For example, a VHS tape upside the head is an excellent way to shut your sister up when she has called you a foul name.

  • Fake people suck. Rude people suck, too.

  • Being blunt is something entirely different.

  • I love my family. Not just my immediate family, but the extended family as well. I have a huge family and with that can come huge problems. But my grandmother was a strong minded family woman who saw the good in each of us no matter what problem we faced. She accepted each of us as we were.

  • My "Granny Grump" had very little, but she adored what she had. Simple things, often little more than a homemade card by one of her grandchildren, meant a lot to her. She took great care of what she did have. I recall that as children, we used to take her spoons out to dig in the dirt and to make mud pies. And by golly, she KNEW when there was one missing. Just one.

  • From her I learned the value of a family and that family comes first. They are there no matter what the circumstance. Like her, I try to find to good in all people, though I fail her in this aspect (I'll have to work on that - sorry Granny).

  • Also from her, I learned that it is not always the material things in life that are the most important, but perhaps love, health, a smile or a hug.

  • My husband snores. Loudly. And, I hate it. I have been known to kick him off of the bed in the middle of the night because he woke me up with his very. loud. snoring. Me? Hah! I don't snore.

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