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05.12.01 @ 20:50
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OH will it never end. These online tests and such are worse than drugs I tell you. At least my son will be thrilled to hear that I didn't score as Mommy Dearest. I think this one is pretty close to the mark. When my son is 40 married and has 3 kids I will still look and see my baby boy. sigh.. Which in my opinion, isnt necesarrily a bad thing.

Father of the Bride

Oh, brother. We can already see the tears welling up in your eyes when your little ones start making friends on their own and spending time at other people's houses. Your parenting style is like the Diane Keaton and Steve Martin characters in Father of the Bride. You're the kind of parent who might read every child-rearing book you can find. And you would probably lie awake at night obsessing over whether fluorescent bulbs might stunt your kids' growth or sugared cereal might lead to premature braces.

After all, you want the best for your little one. That's why you might find yourself volunteering to chaperone field trips or school dances. You're totally doting and always there. And it's completely obvious to your kids. Just be careful they don't use it against you to get their way with those pleeeeeeassssse, puppy-dog eyes. Hopefully they won't have the heart to take advantage when it's so obvious that you're devoted, caring and perhaps, a touch over-protective.

In the end, you and the Father of the Bride parents have it made. And you might be rewarded with kids who call just to chat, and can't wait to tell you when you're about to become a grandparent. And in the this takes the cake, category. I found out my cats true personality. For Chloe

Former Incarnation: Winnie the Pooh

Aliases: Snooky, Poohsticks, Woozel, Droopy, Munchie, Snugglebuns, Shoo-shoo, Furball
Description: Subject can be identified by its vulnerable and cuddly nature. Subject can generally be found on a lap or in any location that promises snuggling and adoration. When it cannot find a human heating pad to sleep on, it can be spotted sprawled out in awarm, sunny spot. Subject can be needy and demanding. Subject is a member of the new twelve step program, Codependent Cats (CC). It is loyal and will most likely add a light layer of fur to all of your clothes. Has a knack for knitting, kneading, and baking blueberry pies. Meows frequently and happily, and may be caught singing silly songs to itself. Prefers light reading and children's books. Dreams of moving to an amusement park.

For Chester

Former Incarnation: Jabba the Hut

Aliases: Fatso, Lardass, Bluto, The Fridge, Tubby, Blob, Garfield, Chubmeister, Lazybones, Weasy
Description: Subject is totally lazy. Will eat anything insight, as long as doing so does not require a great deal of movement. Subject has predilection for soft and comfortable lounging places, preferably in the sunshine. During obligatory movement, may exhibit lateral wobbling motion or tendency to waddle. To avoid injury, do notstand in its way while subject is running. Eyes tend to be a bit dull and unfocused, unless the subject of conversation is food or rest. In such cases, a peculiar focus dominates the gaze. Is not a great conversationalist, although has been known to talk for hours with friends about culinary discoveries found in the trash. Most people confuse this cat's frequent burps for meows. Prefers television to reading. Dreams of training a mouse to become its butler.

Intersting. Well Chester looks like Jabba the Hutt, but he is much much more friendly. He is actually more like Winnie the Pooh, a tubby little chubby all stuffed with Fluff. Chloe is much more the royal princess type.


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In every neighborhood there is at least one house that all the neighbors gossip about. This is a diary from the woman who lives in that house. I am a single mother in her mid thirties. I live in North Dakota with my son, Warren.

I tend to be a bit of a slob, and am the opposite of a girly-girl. I am geek girl, who loves Star Wars, Star Trek, Harry Potter, Buffy, Angel, action movies, science fiction, action adventure, Dr. Who, and so on and so on.

I love to write and while I don't post much fiction online anymore I would love to be a writer someday. I am also overweight, bipolar and suffer from allergy induced asthma.