Mother of 2 handfuls
Location: Palmdale, CA
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    Ewadun wrote at 2:50 AM on Mar. 12 , 2010


    Indeed, I believe that the little changes I've made will make a tremendous impact on how my house looks and feels. I'm feeling a huge uplift and my purchases haven't completely arrived.

    Ewadun wrote at 2:02 AM on Jan. 30 , 2010


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    jejstover wrote at 12:15 PM on Jan. 12 , 2010


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    One mom's trials

    by IndigoGirl1971 posted at 1:34 AM on Jul. 27 , 2009

  • Personal Statement

    38. Biracial (Filipina/ Caucasian). Happily married for 18 years now and very proud mom. As always, trying not to become stagnant. Constantly seeking out new knowledge and keep myself open to new opportunities for living life in a fully conscious and peaceful way.

    Extremely interested in theories surrounding the year 2012.

    Fascinated by my daily tarot readings and astrology.

    Trying to decrease my environmental footprint.

    Love meeting new people even if it's just online.

    Love the slow food movement. That means really getting back to cooking fresh beautiful seasonal food and eating with your family & friends.  It's the anti-fast food movement. I realize we can't do this everyday, but it's important to nourish not only our bodies, but our souls in a way that connects us to the sources of our food, but also the people who grow it for us.

    Enjoying squeezing every last drop out of everyday and also my budget.

    Sending out positive thoughts to everyone all over the world who is suffering for whatever reason that may be.

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