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Never too late…

Never too late…

Two and a half hour, at least, was the amount of time I spent in my car every single day driving back and forth to my office. Well, driving was actually stretching what I did. I basically sat in my car and inched my way across Long Island in bumper to bumper traffic.  I’d be bored out of my mind. There was no pretty scenery to look at.  The droning radio, despite what I tried to listen too, never managed…

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Chatting With the Chicks of Chick Lit

Chatting With the Chicks of Chick Lit

Ha ha ha ha welcome, welcome everyone to Chatting With the Chicks of Chick Lit. I’m your host, Chuck Lottateeth, and I am so thrilled to be able to introduce you to some of the most fascinating characters in literature today. I’m talking about the leading ladies of Chick Lit—those enchanting, romantic, darling, sexy, sweet, funny, headstrong—and, let’s face it, sometimes downright frustrating—modern women who headline this fabulously fun genre. I’m sure you’re going to love getting the skinny on…

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Is anything better then free?

Is anything better then free?

Well, besides me, The Lucy, that is… And since I am priceless, I guess the question still remains…  And I for one can’t think of anything better then free!  So I am so excited to share that my mom’s second book, Plan Bea is FREE today through April 18th!     I loved this book, but I am not the only one… so did the reviewers…   About the book: We live our entire lives thinking we know those closest…

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Last time

Last time

Hey Guys! It’s me… The Lucy!  And this is the last time I am doing it…. After today, The Mommy is on her own!  No ifs ands or buts, and I mean it! I am going to be kicking back and taking a load off my paws.  I am no longer going to be at her disposal.  Just because I have a pretty face doesn’t give her the right to take advantage of my good nature.  She has been working…

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Just a call away…

Just a call away…

“It was her idea to have a weekly, scheduled call. She said she needed to be emotionally prepared to speak to me. She told me it was too upsetting to just hear my voice unexpectedly. I didn’t understand, but I complied. I hoped it would be a temporary arrangement. It wasn’t. For twelve years, it was how we communicated. I told her about my decision to elope on one of our scheduled calls. When I found out I was pregnant…

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