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Saturday, July 29, 2006

Blogathon 2006 Post # 21

I feel like I've done absolutely nothing all day but post. And there are still 14 hours to go. I swear it, if I start really blathing on and one, TELL ME. Please?

And a reminder. I'm posting for Children's Hospital in Boston. If you haven't yet sponsored me, and have a something in your wallet, please sponsor me. No pledge is too small (or too big!). Ok, and on to:

My secret is.....

I had an affair with a married man. Who happens to be the father of my children. So no talking bad about him or me. Because regardless of the inherent sleaziness of having an affair, even if he was separated from his wife and family (yes, a family too), I ended up with two of the most incredible and beautiful children on the planet. So I don't regret the affair, although I do regret the sleaze factor involved. I did learn a valuable lesson and I don't think I'd ever do this again.

But in my favor, MAN was he hot! With an English accent, to boot. I'm a fool for the accents.

What is your secret?


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Blogger NotSoccer Mom said...

oh, me too. (all of the above)

31/7/06 12:50 PM  

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