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Honest to a Fault | I'm trying to be a wife, a mother, a writer, a sex pot, a success, and I have no idea what I'm doing. - I'm trying to be a wife, a mother, a writer, a sex pot, a success, and I have no idea what I'm doing.

  • https://thebrutallyhonestmom.com/about/ About | Honest to a Fault - Hello, and thank you for checking out the Brutally Honest Mom! I started this blog while still working on my dissertation for my PhD in literature, in the hopes that it would provide me with an outlet for my creative writing, and give me a place to talk about the unexpected awesomeness of my life…
  • https://thebrutallyhonestmom.com/series/ Series | Honest to a Fault - You can now read all of the linked or serial posts from the Brutally Honest Mom in one handy location!   Perpetual Twilight On August 31st, my second daughter, Madeline, was born. Over three weeks early, she seemed perfect until two minutes after birth when her lungs collapsed. She was airlifted to the NICU at…
  • https://thebrutallyhonestmom.com/2016/10/20/you-too/ You, Too | Honest to a Fault - This is late. And for that I’m sorry, little girl. It doesn’t mean I adore you any less.   You are small. You are strong. Stronger than anyone expects you to be. Your eyes are a mystery. Brown from a distance, they transform when you look, unabashed, at me. Now green. Now hazel. Now a…
  • https://thebrutallyhonestmom.com/2015/02/25/you/ You | Honest to a Fault - You are a product of science and love, of desperate hope, and about three-hundred dollars. Your hair is the color of newly-harvested wheat. Your eyes the color of my favorite old blue jeans. You have a single dimple on your left cheek, like an extra stitch left in by a careless tailor. Your first freckle…
  • https://thebrutallyhonestmom.com/2016/08/13/dear-alice/ Dear Alice | Honest to a Fault - Recently, a dear friend of ours, Alice, passed away. Though, really, Alice left us seven years ago, after being hit by a truck while riding her bicycle. She slipped into a non-responsive coma, and had been progressing deeper and deeper into vegetation before her body finally gave up and released her spirit on July 28,…
  • https://thebrutallyhonestmom.com/2016/07/12/period/ Period. | Honest to a Fault - We all could use some levity this week. And I'm on my period! So, let's talk about all the little ways that time of the month totally fucks you up. Food. Last year, I had some severe inflammation in my right ear, and everything sounded like I was in a pool for a month. My doctor…
  • https://thebrutallyhonestmom.com/2016/06/15/breathing-easier/ Breathing Easier | Honest to a Fault - Well, dear friends, I did it. Yesterday, I saw a Nurse Practitioner to discuss my recent GI troubles. Because you all scared me enough to finally do it. I explained everything to her. The changes in stools, the bloating, the cramping, the fears that I had about long term damage (I have just enough knowledge…
  • https://thebrutallyhonestmom.com/2016/06/09/from-now-to-august/ From Now to August | Honest to a Fault - I need help, dear friends. You see, for the past two months I’ve been. Well. Huh. I guess I’ve been sick. But it’s been the strangest kind of illness I’ve ever experienced in my life. You see, I’ve been experiencing what I’d call “mild diarrhea” every day for almost two months. Not “Sprinting to the…
  • https://thebrutallyhonestmom.com/2016/04/12/things-i-learned-from-my-first-half-marathon/ Things I Learned from My First Half-Marathon | Honest to a Fault - I ran the Hoosier Half-Marathon on Saturday, April 9th. It was hard. It was wonderful. Here's what I learned from that experience. (Pictures at the end!) Runners are walkers too. I had it in my head that “runners” run. Period. That anybody who could claim the distinguished title of “runner” didn’t waste their time with…

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    This pullover looks good, is very comfortable, and it is durable. I've used it as a middle layer and outer layer and it seems quite durable as long as you're not wrestling brambles or thorns. That's not to say it can't handle it, just that I have no first hand knowledge of its anti-thorniness properties. It handles sweat and precipitation well, in that it retains it's ability to keep you warm and it still breathes. It kept me warm in 32 degree F wet weather. Granted, I was moving but I only had a base layer, this pullover and a soft shell outer.The sleeves seemed a tad short, but that might just be me. My "wingspan" is 73" but I'm only 69" tall. So if you're a knuckle dragger like me, your wrists might be hanging in the open. The upside is that leaves room for your gloves! Overall I enthusiastically recommend this pullover.

  • Margaret Schlaudecker - Wasn't What I Expected

    I read the reviews & thought this book would help my daughter. It didn't. She said it did not have practice tests, so she really didn't feel prepared. I will get a different one before she takes it again.

  • lao tzu - All went smoothly

    I have used this software for the past few years and have no complaints. It is easy and straightforward with fortunately no surprises. I don't know how it would work for a more complex filing since mine is relatively simple.

  • Amazon Customer - I ABSOLUTELY love Thrive (and no

    I ABSOLUTELY love Thrive (and no, I do not sell it). I gave it a try after seeing a couple posts from a friend on facebook and I honestly refuse to go without this. I was skeptical at first. I work 12 hours overnight (7p-7a) and I have two small children so sometimes I do not get much sleep in (if at all) before my shift. This stuff works amazing for my energy levels and suppressing my appetite. It doesn't make me jittery or anything extreme like that, it just improves my focus and actually gives me the motivation to do things (I take both pills in the packet). Even on days when I am not working and I am home with the kids, it gives me the energy to get everything I need and want to get done, done. I am not a fan of the shakes because in my opinion they are too gritty. I ended up always using a blender to mix it with lots of ice and one serving of peanut butter. That made it pretty good, but not worth the cost to me, although the shakes do help with appetite control. For any one wondering about the patches, I found those to be useless. It's almost like an advertising ploy since they are their brand on the patch. Maybe they work for some, but not me. While I don't personally buy through amazing (I feel like I should continue to support my friend who sells it), if you are iffy on trying it, the cost is cheaper on Amazon (it cost $60+$9.99 for shipping through Le-Vel).