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Thank You to Our Veterans – Love a Single Mom

Every time I kiss my sons as they lay own to sleep I thank the Soldiers who keep watch for the children that I keep.   And when I thank the Lord above for the Hope tomorrow brings I pray that Angels flying high guide the Airmen and their wings.

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Thank You to America’s Veterans

In most other countries of the world, the life of a single mom of five children would be very different from the life my children and I lead. Here in the Great United States of America, my family’s struggles come in many forms. I don’t know how to get my kids to their different activities. I don’t have time …

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Today, I Met a Man

Today I met a man. He’s got to be a foot taller than me. He’s got quite a few pounds on me too, and I’m no longer the perfect size 6 I want to be! I met this man at a grocery store about 20 minutes from where I live. Actually, to be more precise, I met …

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Father's Day Survival Guide for Single Mom

Father’s Day Survival Guide – 8 Tips for Single Moms

Fathers should be honored and appreciated, but for the single mom, Father’s Day can present challenges. Ad after ad shows giggling children bouncing on shoulders of fun loving dads, cuddling for stories, cooking messy masterpieces, climbing into their parents’ bed for tickles and laughter, and inviting scores of friends to a paint-balloon shootout barbecue in the backyard. …

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Who is the Hardest Person To Love?

Sunday’s Gospel reading from Matthew 22: 34-40, The Greatest Commandment, tells us to Love one Another, but that’s not always easy to do. Some are easy to Love. I Love my Children, My Grandfather, Mother, Aunt, my Friends, my brothers, cousins, aunts, uncles, coworkers, several people who have passed on before me… I could go on and on with a …

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