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I'm good at writing. It's true.

That's right, I'll toot my own horn for a minute and be a little cocky. Everyone is allowed to do that sometimes.

But the problem is, I've let my writing slide. I've lost that feeling I used to get when I'd put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) and write something great.

Well, I hope I've found it again. I've decided to bring this blog back to life and bring my life back to writing. I closed this site down when I left my job at the newspaper, but I felt like I lost a little bit of who I am.

I've realized that I don't need to get paid to pound out some paragraphs. I can pull out the laptop and spew out my thoughts whenever I feel the need.

And trust me, right now there is a need.

Tomorrow marks the start of my 26th week of pregnancy - the LAST WEEK of my second trimester. And what's after that? The freakin' THIRD TRIMESTER.

How the heck did I get here so fast? I have no idea, but it's BLOWING MY MIND.

So, if you find yourself crazy enough to click on my links and read my posts from here on out, be prepared. The mind of an unstable pregnant chick about to embark on parenthood is a pretty scary thing.

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  1. as a fellow blogger I am glad you are back..Yes you are a good writer and I look forward to reading about the crazy pregnant neighbor!

    Hey add a subscription form to this blog so I can get any new post by email. I like that feature on other blogs.

    Again Welcome back to the blogosphere!

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  2. Thanks Jean! I still haven't figured out how to add the email subscription feature. When I try to put it on the main page it says it's currently broken. :(

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