I started this blog for many reasons. Mainly because I have an Instagram dedicated to showing my story through pictures and I wanted to get a little more real, and personal with my fellow WLS (weight loss surgery) family, friends and anyone who wants to know. I wanted to be able to ask questions, tell it like it is, and really get down and dirty on what all this really means to me in more then a picture. So with out further a do. Here is my story, and at the end maybe enough reason for you to follow along with my journey.
First and foremost I am a wife, and mother. Some people get all
offended when called “just a mother” but at the end of the day, that
title is the biggest in my house. I am a jack of all trades and a master
of none. I can change my own tire and make a hair bow, take out my own
trash, fish for salmon, and Pinterest any day of the week. I have a
college education and I use proper words like, “that is my sweet heart”
not my bae. Or rather that is tots lame. Honestly folks, that is just
lazy. I know the difference between; That cat went over there. Is that
cat theirs? oh no? It’s yours? Well You’re so lucky I found him. See
what I did there??? I also know what the squiggly red line under a word
means, and last, most times where to put a comma. (Though I want to save
you some time. Should I forget a period, or a comma or misspell a word.
Don’t bully me about it. The world will not end and you are not the
Spelling and grammar police, so just keep on reading and let it go) I
can play the violin. Clean really well. Fold a wicked basket of laundry.
I can do medical billing and coding at any hospital or doctors office.
Though the last thing I do before I go to bed is kiss all four of my
amazing kids, and tell them I love them. I am a mother. It is the only
job I have never quit. It isn’t easy, and has sucked at times. Though I
wouldn’t trade it for anything.