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blahgblahgblahg is a place for me to collect my thoughts and feelings on all aspects of my life. I am a feminist, democratic socialist mother of two teen boys with whom I stayed home for most of their lives. I have both chronic physical and chronic mental illnesses. And I am extremely interested in government, politics and current events, both in popular culture and world news. Democracy is my religion. Educating myself is my obsession. I endlessly read everything I can get my hands on and then I'll talk your ear off about it, both on this blog and in real life.
Women are as complex as men proclaim but from that complexity come the most beautiful things. From the technique of the smoky eye, to the perfect lip, to having nothing to wear, to a never ending range of emotions, women are bold, sensitive, sweet and sour
The spirit and intent of this blog is to offer and share with women around the world insight into our vast complexities – whether beautiful or scarred. Think of this blog as an online daily breaking of the bread. Please do not think this blog is limited to the sweet. We will blog all things woman
A searcher living in New York wondering if beauty can exist beyond my name. This is an experiment in just that. Making beauty exist beyond myself and creating something from my mind and into the universe. Combining words and images from my day in an effort to understand our world....more
Bonbon Break is a daily magazine for women who just need to take a break. We feature female writers and bloggers whose content can be found in one of our six rooms: Kitchen, Family Room, Bedroom, Mom Cave, Playroom and Backyard....more
I love to read. I’m a newlywed. I get cranky when I need a snack. I
love road trips. NYC and Baltimore are my favorite cities. I overthink
nearly everything. I fight verbosity daily. I’m addicted to academia.
I love my alone time but also love time with my friends. I could never
own too many pairs of Mary Janes. I have an unnatural attachment to my
laptop. I’m not a fan of big surprises, but I do love little ones. I
start too many sentences with the first person pronoun.