Dianna is a working professional, turned mother, turned PTO President, turned paid writer (if you count one 50 dollar check from the Washington Post), turned business owner. She is returning to her blog after a hiatus of sorts. What that means is her boys started to read what she was writing and got very angry. To calm the waters, she left their many stories to wilt on the vine that is the extended umbilical cord we give our children until they reach the ripe old age of about 13. They are now much too busy to care, think, wonder, worry or read about what their mother is doing. For that reason, and no other; I will share my thoughts as they occur.
Please feel free to comment or just let her know you visited so she doesn’t feel as though she’s talking to herself (whichshe does routinely) If you have a thought or a comment that you cannot share on the blog or would like to know more about whatever the heck it is she’s just posted; feel free to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please consider sharing this site with your friends.
Dianna thinks it is pretty weird that writers use the third person to talk about themselves (like someone else is typing this) but heck-whatever it takes you know?
The parenting tips are just things picked up along the way. She hopes you enjoy your visit.