Losing My Identity

Ok, so I have  A LOT to catch everyone up on.  Soccer Dad Chronicles 4, How the rest of Cydney’s first week of school went, A Basesball Dad Chronicle, 2 Weekends in Pictures, Quotables, AND some other thoughts I’ve had but life has just not allowed me to write.  Maybe that’s a good thing.  However, […]

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My Almost-Meltdown

It almost happened yesterday… After years of holding it together, staying strong, and keeping it moving no matter what adversities come my way I almost lost it yesterday.  I almost never lose my cool. It takes a lot to ruffle my feathers to yell, say something out of anger, or even scream out of frustration. […]

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Stressed Out

I hate A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘Beats, Rhymes, and Life.’   I don’t hate it like most other people do.  It’s not because this album was a departure from what made Tribe’s first three albums classic and ultimately the beginning of the end for them.  I hate it because it reminds me of where I was […]

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Thrown Off

I’ve been a little off my game recently. I usually write my posts somewhere between 11:30 PM and 9 AM. I haven’t had writer’s block or anything, I’ve just been sleeping. For the last week or so as soon as Cydney passes out I’ve been following right behind her. Usually with big plans of quiet […]

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Taking and Recognition

When I went out of town this weekend, my sister and my godmother watched Cydney. I had very long day Sunday so my godmother stayed until yesterday. Seeing that I was visibly tired, she sat me down to see what’s going on with me. I told her last night was a sleepless night. She asked […]

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What I’ve Learned

It’s been quite a week. As I am writing this, Cydney is asleep on one of my closest friend’s couch, my luggage is in New York, and we aren’t. Due to Hurricane Sandy, I have made the decision to extend our little vacation. We are currently in DC which is right back where I started […]

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