The Glorious Train Wreck Mom

This is a safe space for all train wrecks. Except here, we don't give you a puppy and a latte. We give you sarcasm and humor.

You know that saying. The one that says to take care of yourself or you’ll be forced to. Yeah. That ain’t no joke. Back in November my vision was getting blurry. Ok. Blurrier. I had an eye appointment so no worries. I say no worries for someone who is filled with worry. Any who. The …

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Us. A year ago. Things are different now. Hair. Height. Jobs. People who live with us. Mental health. But one thing that has never changed is my love for this kid. Kid. That’s funny. Technically, she’s still a kid. And she does some kid things like watch goofy things, forget to do the dishes, and …

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So, my week started off pretty craptastic. First official day on the floor and I dropped 3 calls. Got home and had family issues. Got to work on Tuesday and found I was in ACW all night. Handle time nightmare. But I made the promise it would be better. And it was. Wednesday got free …

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There is so much that I wish for. It’s hard admitting that because as humans, moms in particular, are trained to believe wanting things is greedy and selfish. We’re taught to take care of everyone else before us. I’ve even seen infographics on Facebook that put women/wives/moms last in a hierarchy. God then husband then …

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  I’m in the middle of a bad fight with depression right now. I have depression and I’m sure you’re reading this and thinking, “No way this little ball of sunshine. This little ray of happiness. This little person all wrapped up in kittens and glitter and sunshine and rainbows and unicorns.” I love unicorns. But …

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Ok, I’m probably going to irritate a couple people, but I saw something yesterday that I can’t unseen and absolutely need to voice my opinion about. To start, I’ll let you know I believe some crazy stuff. I’m pagan so I right there qualifies me as nuts in most circles. I have seen too much …

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