Tuesday, May 26, 2009

From Positive Test to Empty Nest

When attempting to navigate the treacherous minefields of motherhood, I found that one must wear gloves impervious to toxic waste and clothing that can withstand repeated bodily fluid saturation. One must also possess the strength of an army, intelligence of a spy, and patience of a saint to raise a child "From Positive Test to Empty Nest."
My memoir "From Positive Test To Empty Nest" (available at amazon.com) became a reality when my oldest son had the audacity to grow up and leave my nicely feathered nest. Written tongue in cheek for the mom in all of us and for those that are crazy enough to want to experience, or have experienced, motherhood.
After years of solid research on the subject of motherhood, I have found that I am not alone in the world of spit up, bruises on top of bruises, flying bunnies, speed dial 911, prepubescent hormonal imbalances, and the inevitable empty nest.

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