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January 28, 2005


Sandi P.

I think you are an awesome writer, Jen. I mean heck, you portray your thoughts down on paper very well!

On that note:
Zack wants us to look into an online writing course to give him a headstart to his goal for writing for the high school newspaper next year. I think I found something, but I may have to sign him up as me in order for him to do it.


Great post! I'm still deep in the trenches of finding out who I am - and this whole writing thing has really helped me out too. I could totally relate that this post - and really enjoyed it.

Love ya girl!


I loved this post and I love the way you write!


I love the way you write.

I finally linked my Sean sticker to his site. Thanks for the help. I then linked Sandi's up! NOw I am itching to learn more about how to do the graphics thing....

Have a great weekend.
Don't forget to FROG!

Pink Stuff!!!!


You truly have the gift of recording your thoughts in a wonderful and witty manner, while taking care at the same time to maintain the integrity of the English language. Believe me when I tell you it is a gift. In fact, there are my in my life I would like to give that gift wrapped with a pretty pink bow!

Even though, you say you don't have the time, you already do most of the 'heavy lifting' each day in your blog. Perhaps you should think about writing a regular article for iParenting or a similar magazine. I can envision pregnant ladies all over the United States in Obstetrician's waiting rooms reading your articles and laughing their a** off. The only inherrent danger is thatthey will pee their pants before giving a sample. Now THAT would be a delima!

Kudos to you on your wonderful blog. I am proud to be related to you!


I've always loved the way you write Jen. You're very talented for such a spring chicken :)

Writing is very therapeutic and it's fun to look back on, esp when writing about our kiddos.

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