Welcome to my world.

Welcome to my world.

I am so excited to finally have a website up and running, I feel like I have for so long been out of the “loop” when it comes to technology that this is a HUGE deal for me. 2010 has been a year of firsts for me… Getting Married, Winning an Emmy, and starting my own website. I am thrilled to see what 2011 holds and I promise I’ll do my best to answer ya’ll, AND try to make this site fun and easy to use. Thanks for coming along on this journey with me.

Drinkin’ the Kool-aid

Drinkin’ the Kool-aid

  • By Trish, posted on October 25th, 2010.

Being newly married the first thing people say to you is Congratulations…which is appropriate and lovely…but that sentiment is Quickly, torched when they follow it up with, so when are you having a baby? Really, honestly? Why does this need to be your instant follow up question? Couldn’t you ask if we had fun on our honeymoon? (We didn’t have one yet I had to come right back for work) or How’s married life? ANYTHING but, “So, When are you having kids?” I am beginning that people ask you this because they want you to drink their magic kool-aid and join in the “fun” with them… All of my friends with kids are worn out, exhausted, and usually searching for time to spend with their spouse? I just found my spouse; can you give me a minute before I have to start prioritizing where he falls in my life?

I love children I am a godmother to many that truly, I would trade my life for in a minute, good, smart, well behaved children that make my life a better place. I’m just not sure when I want to sign up for my own? I don’t wanna have a baby like it’s the newest accessory of the season. I want to be a fierce and fabulous Mom, (what woman doesn’t) I just want to do it on my time. I am blessed to have amazing girlfriends that are brutally honest about what it takes to be a Mom, and I think they are the bravest, most courageous, patient women I have ever met.

I’ve had some of the toughest, dirtiest jobs there are to have, I’ve dug graves, done stand-up comedy in the middle east, and fought clutter in some of the most horrible conditions imaginable and I know without a doubt in my mind that being a mother is THE toughest of them all and I don’t know if I’m that tough.

I applaud you all for being the type of woman I aspire to be and I just ask that you are patient with me and my biological clock.

  • By Trish, posted on October 25th, 2010.

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