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freckleface7
post Nov 7 2007, 08:17 PM
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techincally, at least on paper, I am a SAHM (sahm I am?) but I hate the term. it seems to trivialize my life ; I don't like being labeled bc I'm a far apple from suzi homemaker.
don't box me in.

I confess that I am ok if my sister doesn't contact me to "make peace" and would truthfully rather she didn't. I'm still mad as hell and only brokered the peace accord through my mother so she wouldn't have a freakin' stroke over her 2 girls still not speaking in over a year.
whatever.

I also confess to still crush-groovin' on my mr, even tho he's still away; he talks me down off my ledges with gentle and well thought out common sense and loves me no matter my weight or craziness and I miss him, his face, his hugs, his kisses... madly.


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sixelacat
post Nov 7 2007, 08:01 PM
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I confess that I'm a little embarrassed that I do know what SAHM means (Stay At Home Mom). I've always been annoyed by catchy little phrases like that, for no good reason really.


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stargazer
post Nov 7 2007, 07:55 PM
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um, i confess i don't have a clue what SAHM means or stands for.... blink.gif


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freckleface7
post Nov 7 2007, 03:41 PM
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CH,I always found the term kind of drippy too, so thank you for speaking it out loud!


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flanker_ji
post Nov 7 2007, 01:57 PM
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CH, your making love comment reminded me of a line from one of my favorite movies, The Tao of Steve. The main character says the term making love reminds him of convenience store incense. laugh.gif


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culturehandy
post Nov 7 2007, 01:27 PM
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I confess, I HATE the term making love. What the hell. Do you "make love" the same way you make a pie???

If someone's dick or pussy is coming into contact with yours it is fucking. it is sex. Making love. Ugh, vomit.

/rant.

Sorry, I really hate that term. In my opinion it is prudish and an polite way of telling child that it is sex without actually telling them it is sex. And it also making them seem like there must be an emotion tied to sex, which I can tell, as most of us can, there is not a lot of emotion tied to sex sometimes. tequila yes, emotion no.


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sybarite
post Nov 6 2007, 06:43 AM
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Me three on the alone-time weekend. Between working from home during the week and enjoying not-working at home at the weekend, I have been living a hermit life for some time.

The mister said to me:'you just don't like people, do you?' I said, 'I'm just picky...'
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aliboo
post Nov 6 2007, 01:48 AM
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I cannot understand the reason why women cannot just love and support each other and cheer each other one for their life goals instead of trying to break each other down.

I also do not understand why SAHMs take such offense when other women say they want to put their education to use and have a career and family. Yes, I get the fact that education is NEVER a waste. I did not say it was. Nor do I believe that sahms who also have degrees are wasting their education. It is a personal decision and if someone asks for my opinion about it, why can't they handle the truth? Why must women think that if you're not a SAHM you'll be missing every great thing in you child's life? Why must women think that being a SAHM makes women more career oriented look down upon them? Why do some career women look down on SAHMs? Why are women made to feel bad BY OTHER WOMEN nonetheless about wanting a career as opposed to sitting home with their children all day long?

I believe I can have both, so don't try to make me feel shitty about wanting both.
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crazyoldcatlady
post Nov 5 2007, 07:03 PM
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misslady, you had my exact weekend. and ditto on the facebook thing, too.
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missladyj
post Nov 5 2007, 05:31 PM
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I confess that instead of going out and being social this weekend, I stayed in a cleaned my house. Then went shopping alone and enjoyed it. I am a misanthrope.


I confess I have not joined facebook, yet.. . .
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pollystyrene
post Nov 5 2007, 03:52 PM
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I'm getting my nails done Saturday, partly so I'll have an excuse not to help some of LeBoy's friends move....even though they helped us move a couple years ago.


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Free from all the pain. Happy and having fun all the time.
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llamas
post Nov 5 2007, 03:24 PM
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My boss is out of town this week, and thus I plan to do absolutely no work.

Speaking of work, I always make sure my vacation time is nicely depleted by Christmas so that I can't be forced to go on visits to annoying extended family.

*reads back*
Short dark-haired Jewish boys are one of my types too!
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edie52
post Nov 5 2007, 03:06 AM
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Yeah bunny, it's an uber-LDR. He's coming in a month though (well, a bit more, but we're rounding down).

Confession: I am secretly relieved to not be spending Christmas with my family this year, and that I have a good excuse. Mostly because of my new step-mother and -sister. I like them fine, but the holidays feel different with them. I also wish gift-giving was not such a big part of it.
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mouse
post Nov 4 2007, 11:57 PM
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confession: i waste a lot of time. a lot.


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culturehandy
post Nov 4 2007, 06:32 PM
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Bunny, I too am addicted to facebook.

And as soon as I wrote that I also realised what a complete wanker I am. I sent you a message about that! *shakes head in shame* my crackbook crapped out, as soon as I realised what was going on. I had to add you!


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coela
post Nov 4 2007, 06:12 PM
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edie52: Southern belle ;-)

Confession: I must see every film noir shown on TV even if it SUXX. I'm watching Diabolique right now.
Not only that, but I've also seen it before, so I was AWARE of how bad it is. No matter, must se every
film noir shown on tv. *Homer Simpson voice*


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bunnyb
post Nov 4 2007, 04:45 PM
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(((zoya)))

edie, wow, you're in Sweden? I knew you were having a LDR but not so looooong? Good for you!

I'm addicted to facebook.


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edie52
post Nov 4 2007, 03:16 PM
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Sorry, this is OT.... Coela, I'm in Sweden too (though I'm not Swedish). Where do you live? (You don't have to post it if you don't feel comfortable with it...)

Um, okay, confession while I'm here: I'm a lazy, lazy bum because my roommate's not here. We're talking piles of dishes and walking around in a dirty t-shirt and no underwear.
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sybarite
post Nov 4 2007, 10:46 AM
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((((Zoya)))) We all feel that way sometimes. I am positive you are more functional than you think. I hope you feel better soon.

Crazycat, I really don't want kids yet I love babies and swoon over them. I rationalise this by just admitting I love babies: it's the annoying stage between, say, 2 and 8 or 9 I don't like.

Which leads to my confession: I like hanging out here at home so much more when the mister's daughter is away. She's fine, a good kid: I think I just don't like the restrictions living with a kid imposes.
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coela
post Nov 4 2007, 08:09 AM
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Mouse: I live in Sweden. There's only a small communion in Stockholm, I think.
Come to think of it, my ex gave me John Woolman's diary,
but I never got around to read it. Might have to do that now.

(((zoya)))


Confession: My friend's gallery has a finissage party today, and I think the artist
she exhibited is a 13 to the dozen graphic designer. And people only go there
to party and say that they've been to a gallery party. Which isn't her fault,
but I still think it's pretty lame. I don't feel like going.

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