It’s Not All My Fault

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Facebook sometimes makes it difficult to like the people you enjoy spending time with. For some reason, we feel it’s okay to hide behind our magic screens and rant boldly about things of which we truly know nothing. We say things to people and about people that we would never dream of saying to their faces.

I desperately want this blog to be a place of healing, no matter what our religion or political bent, so please don’t let what I’m about to share cause party lines to become the focus or the point.  Because they aren’t.

A mother from my home-schooling circle of association posted part of a quote she credited to Michael Farris (I don’t know for a fact that he did even say this), basically blaming single moms for what they refer to as the debacle this past Tuesday.  She said this is “dead on,” and…

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