Joined 11 years ago
So who am I? That is a tough question, some days I feel like I'm a million different people. I'm a wife and step mom, I'm a closet writer (literally sometimes that's the only place I can hide) I'm the baby of my family, and I'm an upbeat person who lives with depression, I'm a huge contradiction. I guess the best way to describe myself is I'm someone who lives a very weird life and wouldn't have it any other way. I wouldn't be surprised if you found my picture under the word irony in the dictionary. Well now that you've learnt everything (and nothing) about me I hope you enjoy my writings which I swear are a lot more informative than my Bio.
2 years ago
What is Ichthyosis, and what can you do to help treat it? There isn't a lot of information out there on this skin disorder, so I'm offering some tips from my own experience to help others who suffer from it.
3 years ago
A great tasting, easy dinner to make that both parents and kids alike love.
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