Hi all,I know we are not supposed to post contests here but I think this is a pretty neat opportunity and I want to get the word out to NJ readers. I am giving away a pair of tickets to see Dr. Jane Goodall at the State Theatre in New Brunswick. There are also other opportunities to win tickets to see the entire five women speaker series which include Sigourney Weaver and Cathy Rigby, as well as a holiday sale.You can learn more here:…See More
If you are looking for a unique, unforgettable gift for a woman who is special to you, SmartTalk Connected Conversations is a series of five different shows with five individual women who have done amazing, inspiring things with their lives. I am offering a pair of tickets to see Dr. Jane Goodall at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ, but in my post are ways that women from all over the United States can either win tickets or receive discount codes to the shows. …See More
"Lost Edens by Jamie Patterson is the true story of a woman in her mid-20s who decides to take her husband back after he admits to having an affair. She does this without the support of any of her family or friends, there is not one person behind her, but Jamie is determined to make it work..." Read the rest of my review then enter to win the book. Entries are low so far! …See More
"This contest ends tomorrow and I have NO entries. Why not take a chance on this book which I was surprisingly pleased with? Your odds are very good!
No entries? This is a record for me! C'mon my reading…"
I have an amazing son born 9/06 and a wonderful husband. i have been chronically ill for 5 years. I was laid off in March and have not been able to go back to work since as I have grown steadily sicker. I was diagnosed with Lupus in August. I think I still try to keep a sense of humor about me and life!
What kinds of things do you typically Tweet about?
My son, my illness, any observation that I find interesting or funny.
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mommyhood, blogging, special needs children, social media, twitter, the arts, work-at-home, writing
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The most precious moments you will share with your children should be right before bed. Morning time families are rushing and bustling around for work and school. During the day families are separated by distance.
Home at last, work, school and activities done, dinner has been enjoyed and homework completed. Your children have had their baths, and are in their warm pajamas. Then comes a special time for your children, a time when “your” undivided attention, love and devotion are theirs alone. A time that they can count on, as a time in their day-(no matter what kind of day they have had,) that is filled with warmth, comfort, and reassurance through the nighttime ritual of cuddling closely with you and a book. Please Keep Reading at: http://www.examiner.com/x-2016-Parenting--Education-Examiner~y2010m1d21-Bedtime-and-Books-101#
It's nice to be your friend. Yes, I would love to receive info about the book club. Thanks for the offer.
How are you feeling? I have a cousin who's been in remission from SLE for years and she's very inspiring. I could give you her contact info if you'd like. I'm happy you've got a great husband and wonderful son. Love is the greatest and most powerful healer of all.