About My Beautiful Mess Inside

WHO is “the mess?”

Actually I’ve been trying to answer that question since… well since forever. I have a master’s degree in psychology, have a thriving counseling practice where I’ve worked both groups and individuals for over two decades, and have spent oodles of time reading self-help books, attending workshops myself, and going to therapy myself. Yet I am often left with more questions than answers.

The most honest answer I can give you is… “I am a very experienced beautiful mess inside.” I believe our beauty and our mess go together and are simply parts of a whole, worthwhile, and lovable human being. While the messy parts can cause us great misery and unhappiness, the mess also gives our lives texture, richness, and depth.

I’m the most extroverted introvert I know.  I can be brilliant, dark, and every shade in between. I have purple chunk of highlights in my hair – just cuz. Sometimes I feel alone in a crowd and other times I am crowded when I am alone. Writing and clicking pics* help me stay connected, focused, and present.

I have show and tell here….well because I can, and if it brings you a smile, an a-ha, a “thank goodness it’s not just me,” or even a “whew I’m glad I’m not her” then having a mind as busy as Manhattan during rush hour is worth it.Hats I Wear Roles I Play Schtuff I Am/Do:

  • Wife
  • Bonus Mom
  • Grand Mom (that’s my bonus!)
  • Friend
  • Shrink
  • Photographer
  • Blogger
  • Giver of Good Facebook
  • Quester  Seeker Journeyer
  • Beagle Lover
  • Hot Yoga Yoghini
  • Day Dreamer
  • Insomniac
  • Macaroni & Cheese Aficionado
  • Apple Product Whore
  • Flip Flop Whore

I Love Random Question Thingeys ;-)

The Actors’ Studio Questions

25 Random Things 

One Incarnation of the Proust Questions

 

*Do the Right Thing:

Unless otherwise noted, all the stuff on this site was written by me.  The pics were clicked by me and if they weren’t I’ll give credit where credit is due.  It would thrill me for you to quote me or even grab a picture of mine (no alterations please) and use it on your site, blog, or most of all, share it on social media..  It would also thrill me for you to do the right thing and give me credit for the words or the photo.  The highest compliment you can give me is to link to my site.  So if you quote me, please add a hyperlink to the page you’ve quoted. I’ll do the same for you I promise. Got it? Got it!  Cool. :)

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  61 comments for “About My Beautiful Mess Inside

  1. Linda Miller
    April 3, 2014 at 2:16 pm

    No wonder I was attracted to you and your website-am a “an old psych nurse” so lots of things here resonated with me/Thank You!

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      April 3, 2014 at 2:32 pm

      …and you are further proof that Psych Nurses can survive! Congratulations. :-)

  2. November 12, 2013 at 11:03 pm

    No questions yet, just going to see what it’s all sbout

  3. September 9, 2013 at 9:14 pm

    I wrote you about my pain management doc and you said he was a very brave doctor. I just listened to your June 2013 video. That is almost the exact message he used to teach me to be completely honest. How strange to get the same message from two different sources after 62 years of living. I would like you to know my self respect has never been higher. Thank you.

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      September 9, 2013 at 9:20 pm

      I remember your message. I take it as a sign when I get the same message or book suggestion from 2 or 3 totally unrelated places. Now help me out here. Which June 2013 video did you watch? I have NO IDEA what I said and would love to know what words of wisdom found you! Sometimes I think self-respect is more important than loving oneself. They are certainly tied together aren’t they?

  4. Deb
    July 27, 2013 at 4:28 pm

    This is me except i have no friends anymore….retired….and trying to reinvent my life at the age of 62….with a husband of 36 yrs and he has no pazza anymore and just wants to stop living….his idea of life is a remote a recliner and eating junk fook….or yea his crossword puzzles…..yuk not me i have so much life in me and am stuck…..i took a huge jump about 3 yrs ago was wonderful until i came back home because the other side was not what i had expected……this might be of some help….u think?

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      July 27, 2013 at 5:43 pm

      Hi Deb… oh honey, you’ve got to find some friends or your’re gonna dry up. It’s so sad that long term couples don’t age in the same way. It certainly brings lots of challenges to your life at a time when you think life should be kinder and more gentle. Sending you a big hug.

  5. Theressa
    July 19, 2013 at 1:04 am

    I have only found your site today! I have only recently crawled out of my fetal position after a long and slow decline!! I have to tell you I thought I was the only one who felt alone in the crowded room, or that the my head was to full sometimes!!! I love to laugh but have lost that, today I got some good giggles and have read your blogs one after the other! Thank you for writing about the Beautiful Mess!’ You have given me such hope to be back on my feet with a twinkle in my eye and a laugh that comes from toes for all to hear

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      July 19, 2013 at 8:17 am

      Blessings to you Theressa. Stretch out some. That fetal position locks things up a bit. I know… it’s one of my favorite positions. xo,
      g

  6. stacy elder
    June 12, 2013 at 12:22 pm

    Thank you for your reply…i really needed some some sort of emotional navigation….time to take another breath

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      June 12, 2013 at 2:08 pm

      Sending you a big virtual hug. I understand about emotional navigation. Tends to be my favorite blogging subject ;-)

  7. stacy elder
    June 11, 2013 at 10:14 pm

    I am in the middle of a major family war…its killing me inside…the amount of despair i feel is overwhelming, and i feel i have no one! Where does one begin to try to salvage a bit of will to keep on?

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      June 12, 2013 at 1:52 am

      This is the best site I’ve found on the web to go to when you don’t feel like you can keep going….

      http://www.metanoia.org/suicide/

      Please let me know how you are. And for me, when I get like that. I remember all I had to do is breathe. I have no other obligations for the day or even for life. Sometimes breathing is the best I’ve got.

    • November 12, 2013 at 12:01 pm

      Just checking in to see what this is all about

      • A Beautiful Mess Inside
        A Beautiful Mess Inside
        November 12, 2013 at 3:14 pm

        So Judi… any questions? g

        • November 12, 2013 at 11:15 pm

          I have no questions yet. I have been reading a lot of the postings of others. It seems that the 50’s are the Golden years and the 60’s are the “tarnished” years! I am 61 and am feeling a bit tarnished. Seems my get up n Go…Got up and went!

  8. February 27, 2013 at 8:10 am

    Hi Mess…. I call myself the last walking “Enigma” and I really like your blog & FB Page and wish someday to grow up to be just like you :) Well, not really, but at least a lot like you……hahaha What I mean to say is I have the same aspirations as you. I’d LOVE to be able to make a living from my blog and FB page to where I could travel about laptop in tow or just stay put and engage with people like myself as you are. I deeply admire that and yet I envy you because you are so much further along than I. Not to mention I have no clue what I’m doing… :( but what I DO KNOW is that I have a tremendous amount of “good things” to give back to the world and my fellow homo-sapiens, things like wit, advice, wisdom, a sympathetic ear and more but most of all I have a compassionate heart for them and the desire to help any way that I can. To me, if I can do that with the rest of my life….than it would make EVERY negative thing that I have gone through in my life, EVERY obstacle I’ve ever had to overcome and EVERY challenge I’ve ever had to face WORTH going through.

    Sincerely,

    ~D

  9. Debra Eubanks
    January 26, 2013 at 9:55 pm

    LOVE your page, your video & all your posts on Facebook!!!
    And YES,you do bring out all those things you hoped in me. Thank you!!

  10. January 26, 2013 at 6:30 pm

    LOL!!! I call MYSELF an Introverted Extrovert!!! LOVE it!

  11. Becky
    January 23, 2013 at 7:39 am

    I have followed you on Facebook for a while now, but just today have clicked the link to your blog. Absolutely awesome. For me, 2013 has become a year of great challenge. I just lost my job due to lack of funding, my best friend and pet dog just suffered a stroke, my Mom is sick, and I have reach rock bottom, again. Yesterday was a especially hard day, and yes I have to admit, I spent most of it in the fetal position. I just wanted you to know that after reading you wonderfully honest and inspiring words, I’ve uncurled, standing and preparing to take some baby steps. Its really comforting to know that there are others out there that experience the same emotions and thoughts as myself. So as I read your posts and watch my best friend relearn to walk, I too am ready to take a few baby steps. Thank you for being you and sharing yourself with us.

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      January 23, 2013 at 9:17 am

      Hi Becky… I’m so glad you found what you needed here at the right time. That is makes you feel less along and a little less fetal is the best I could hope for. That’s why I write and am willing to share it in a public forum. Healing happens when we know where aren’t the only one and we are not the only one with a mess. xo, gayle

  12. Gail Taylor
    January 19, 2013 at 7:44 am

    I like pie

  13. leanne carroll
    December 29, 2012 at 11:36 pm

    i just wanted to say a big thankyou for posting this video its so true of how i feel alot of the time too i also just read above u feel alone in a crowd of people thats how i feel so very much of the time ive never really felt like i fit in anywhere i feel as if urve put what goes on in my head into words so thankyou for all of this

  14. Ron Murphy
    November 27, 2012 at 7:43 am

    I have been following your Facebook posts for a while and am glad I stumbled on to this blog. I recently retired from mental health counseling and at loose ends. While I do not want to go back to work, and least now, I enjoy reading and sharing the random thoughts of an unsettled mind. I wish you well with your blog.

  15. jane
    November 17, 2012 at 12:34 am

    How refreshing to find another person who understands the chaos and the wonder of being a beautiful mess inside! I love being that person!I am now going to follow your blog, having just found it! Great to know that there are others just like me on the planet! Kudos to you for making that OK. I have been thinking about your purple hair…..I am thinking aqua blue for me.

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      November 17, 2012 at 2:51 am

      Jane, I have some aqua hair shadow. I love it. It’s a fab color. When I feel like it, I add a few streaks in my bangs. It washes right out the next day. So fun!

  16. Sue
    September 20, 2012 at 7:12 pm

    I have what one could call a curious spirit. I’m almost always curious in some small way about the people behind the pages of facebook that I stumble upon and love.

    This curiosity went from the childhood ‘what’s behind the door in that bathroom cabinet’ (Doesn’t everyone wonder – how many would admit that they peaked?!) to who is it that runs this page? What inspires them? What color is their hair? (Honestly speaking, I never really think about the hair color that question just tickled my funny bone so I had to add it) and the questions continue until I finally decide to check out that blog site they mention or whatever. lol

    Anyhow, the one thing that I MOST wanted to share in commenting (Yes, my mind’s a mess too… that’s why I carry marbles) is that I LOVE that you have pieces here and there that are crossed out for all the world/cyberspace to see. This too me says “I don’t have to be perfect, I accept every little nuance of myself, I make mistakes, I don’t care who knows”.

    The reason this inspires me so is I am a recovering perfectionist, whatever I write most often I find myself in a quandry at times as I correct this and that so that it sounds perfect. It’s a struggle to hit the send button and then realize OH, CRAP! I forgot to correct the xyz… lol I’ll probably do the same after I hit “Post comment” but I’m just gonna let it go, just because…
    Sure the internal war cries in my brain will continue, I may even toss and turn when I try to go to sleep tonight, but right now, as I write this, I’m laughing so it’s all good!!

    And just in case you’re curious… I’m the face behind Positively Amazing You!(TM)’s facebook page :-D) Hmmm I think, in your honor, I may even do a post about the ‘bathroom cupboard’…. that’s how inspired I am. Will share when I do!! It will be hilariously inspiring and even complimentary. I’ll be sure to obey the rules :-D)

    Cheers!
    Sue

    P.S. Ever the recovering perfectionist I went back and corrected curiosity (originally spelled as curiousity) & added a few things too!! lol

  17. Ruaa
    August 14, 2012 at 6:13 am

    I love your website and your facebook page. Recently, it has become a habit to roll in the deep of your so beautiful mess. You were born to make my day during the times I am so deep down :)
    I love you ..
    Regards from Iraq ^^

  18. Chris
    August 12, 2012 at 2:00 pm

    Hi, a quick hello & thanks for what you do. The stuff you write resonates with me & that’s a good thing. What a beautiful mess:-)

  19. Lori
    July 13, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    I just love the way that you write and express yourself. I am a big reader and I used to enjoy keeping journals and writing poetry. It has been quite a while and I feel like my skills are not what they should be. I say this as I distract myself from writing my 2,000 word essay with research on how Internet oommunications affect one psychologically and developmentally. All I know is it that it is fun and well, yes, distracting….so I guess I will be a good girl and stop procrastinating about it. haha! Will enjoy reading more of your posts in the future. :)

  20. Robin
    May 11, 2012 at 9:04 am

    How delightful that I would happen upon a website that is designed for the perfect woman – ALL OF US! I am a wife, mother, grandmother, employee, friend, sister, daughter, cousin……and a beautiful mess! What a lovely way you have of describing life and what happens to us all – all while explaining how perfectly normal each one if us are. This is such a feel-good, accept-me-for-me website and I am grateful I found you – what a fun person you are!  The last time I found words that were so self-validating were in the book, “A Return to Love” by Marianne Williamson. She describes “The Perfect You” as …”somebody you already are…”

    …from the book…
    ”You were created in a blinding flash of creativity, a primal thought when God extended Himself in love. Everything you’ve added on since is useless.”

    I love that line because of course we are children of God and He loves us just as He created us. Yay for you for putting this into human words with love and understanding.

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      May 11, 2012 at 9:22 am

      Wow. Thank you Robin. Way to make MY day… compare to Marianne Williamson. Whew. That is high praise indeed. I’m glad to have your beautiful mess here with us…

  21. Emily
    April 22, 2012 at 9:27 am

    i absolutely love your blog, i can see your facebook postings as well through my family, but not via my profile, is there a way i could access your facebook page at all???????

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      April 22, 2012 at 8:50 pm

      Hi Emily:

      My Facebook page is a public “fan” page. Just follow this link https://www.facebook.com/abeautifulmessinside and hit like on the right hand side. Then status updates from the page will show in your news feed. Welcome to the mess. Glad to have you here!! :-)

  22. Antoinette
    April 19, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    Keep up the amazing work of assisting in clearing up one, mess at time! You just popped out of no where and I’m very happy I picked you up. Even if it’s just until the next chapter!

  23. Michelle
    March 29, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    Where do I begin?! Everything I read was really good and kept a smile on my face the whole time I was reading it (and nodding to myself). We all can relate and you put the right words into what we all are feeling or trying to say. I loved… ” We’re so good at being “we” I’ve almost forgotten how to be me. And if I’m not me we aren’t “us.”..I’m no longer married now, but I can still relate to this. It so true, never realized it like that before.
    But my favorite is “I’m searching for something I either lost or never found.” I would love to use this also. Basically what Linda Dean said was exactly how I feel too, I also run…. but I’m learning to love being “A beautiful mess inside” :)

    • Michelle
      March 30, 2012 at 8:58 am

      I meant Lydia..not Linda :$

  24. Laura
    March 21, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    My Sister shared your page with me last night was up late reading until I couldn’t keep my eyes open any longer. As soon as I walked in the door from work I was drawn right back here. Excellent introduction! I can relate to a lot of the things you mentioned, like your busy mind. I would do anything for a quiet mind :) I have so much to say but I never have enough time but I will look for you on facebook. Oh and if you ever figure out how to be comfortable in your middle aged skin PLEASE SHARE :) Have a great day!

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      March 21, 2012 at 2:11 pm

      Welcome to my mess Laura. Hmmmm comfortable in my middle aged skin? I’ll have to ponder that one. Might be post worthy :) I do know one thing that has changed (not sure how I did it) but I no longer think the size of my thighs is more important than global peace or world hunger. I was pretty sure the whole planet was as disturbed by them as I was. So there was a bit of relief when I figured out most people really didn’t give a shite!

      Thank you to your sister for liking my place enough to send you here. I’m glad you are here and if my stuff is worth reading into the wee hours of the morning then I’m a very happy mess of a woman. Sorry about the busy brain thing…

      xoxox, ~the mess

  25. Debbie
    February 25, 2012 at 12:29 am

    You make my heart smile…

  26. Lydia Dean
    February 18, 2012 at 3:31 pm

    Ah the hand of fate…I too have been on a journey for some time now and fate brought me to your facebook page a few weeks ago. I feel like we are best friends now. You say you are looking for something; I run…and for the longest time I wondered what I was running from; then one day I realized I am really running towards something…someday I may discover what it is. I have been the “resident philosopher” where I work for years. Every morning I said out a thought….and many of them are about being a better person, accepting yourself, etc. I have touched a lot of people with these thoughts. I look forward to your daily posts on FB! May the universe keep on loving you….and guide you on your quest.

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      February 18, 2012 at 3:36 pm

      Awwww… that gave me goosebumps and I teared up @lydia. Thank you for seeing me. I do know what you mean about running to. I had a similar experience to that last spring and lo and behold A Beautiful Mess Inside was born in the fall. I’m not sure what all of “this” will become, but it is an amazing journey. I’m glad you’re on it with me. :-)

      • mary
        October 11, 2012 at 10:28 pm

        I too read your comment about looking for something. I’m 52yrs old today, and I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up. I too am searching, I just know that here is not where I’m meant to be, but if not here then where. Something I need to expore. Sometimes I just want to get up and run away. Get on the next plane out of here. Here is not where I’m meant to be, I can’t get this saying out of my mind. I’m alone yet there is a house full at times, yet inside I feel so alone. My bf says somewhere along the way I lost myself, and that I need to find myself. Is that why I feel the way I feel, like this is not where I’m meant to be, relationship, city, province. Sometimes I just get so fed up with the mess up there that I just say to myself I’m ready I’m ready to move on to the next life, cause this one sucks. Don’t worry I’m not that stupid, but I feel like I’ve got a journey ahead of me to find me and to find out where I’m meant to be. It was hell just getting here. Thank you for your site. I enjoyed the read. Just me.

  27. sarah pickerill
    February 9, 2012 at 12:16 am

    A friend keeps posting you on my site. I think we share alot of thinking . I decided to ck. U out. Now Im going to try to subscribe. Thanks for the sarcasm happinesz,sadness we all want to say but sometimes just cant get the words out

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      February 9, 2012 at 1:21 am

      I know we are multi-faceted… sarcastic, happy, sad, angry. This human experience is hard enough, much less when we feel alone because think no one else thinks like we do. I’m happy to share my words with you… believe me – I have many to share!

  28. January 23, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    Hi. I’m delighted to meet your cyberspace avatar. You are freakishly wonderful. It’s weird how I’m in England liking a woman (her spirit/ soul/ essence…) in America. Time space travel. Spaceless empathy, but time dependant. It’s so evident to me that you bring good into the world. I beg the universe to keep feeding you, and letting you sow and nourish good things. A big thank you.

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      January 23, 2012 at 7:17 pm

      @Tom… thanks for visiting. The global reach of the www is amazing to me even to this day. Enjoy the mess!

  29. Stacey
    January 13, 2012 at 2:23 am

    I love your posts! It’s nice to read some of your “odd” thoughts, it’s like your in my head! My favorite color is also purple, lol I named my daughter Violet!

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      January 13, 2012 at 2:27 am

      I want to change my name to violet!! Sorry about the brain sharing thing It is a busy mess up there! :)

  30. Ron Boy
    August 20, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    How did the man contract the Staph?
    Sometimes the Nr one MAN (the one up there) sends you somewhere to find something that you didn’t know that you needed at the time. One day, we were driving near the Half Price book store (me and the woman) and I remarked, “Let’s go in here for a few minutes, of course, it is never just a few minutes” When I walked in the store, a gentleman asked if he could help me and I asked if he had any Audio Books by Dr Wayne Dyer or Dr Depak Chopra. He took me to the area where these items would be. I found two items by Dyer about “INSPIRATION” (Audio Books). One was where he read his book into a recording machine and the other was from a live performance in front of an audience in Tucson AZ. I am glad I purchased both, they are so different but are about the same thing. I really needed the message at this time. Isn’t it great how we are guided to the right place at the right time to receive a message!
    Did I just blog or tweet for the first time? I am new to this!

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      August 21, 2011 at 6:51 pm

      Hi Ron! Nice to see you here. Tell the woman I said hi.

      We think he got it while his doc was draining his knee from fluid build up and then followed that with a cortisone shot. What a mess it was. Glad that one is behind both of us!

  31. Denise
    August 16, 2011 at 1:03 am

    About The Man: Oh my. Very frightening. Are there physically permanent effects?Sandblasting is a good word. As well your reference to strengths and weaknesses. Like fear and courage. Very often one is the reflection in the mirror of the other.

  32. BigBob
    August 15, 2011 at 11:35 am

    ….. Funny as we get older how much faster we truly grow (if we are willing), and the fun really begins. I love your blog, and you have become quite the techno queen who I find refreshing as well as encouraging. I am not sure that lavender is my color, but I will inevitably shy from the silver soon. As you continue to soar thru the new, I wonder what you have left behind that brings you peace………..

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      August 15, 2011 at 2:45 pm

      Good question BigBog. I’m more gentle with myself and extend more compassion my way. That being said, I have lots of room for continued growth in this area. Self-doubt and criticism are still with me. I just try to spend less time listening to what they have to say and agreeing with them.

      Speaking of Silverlocks you might enjoy this post. Be sure to follow the link to Ron’s related post at the bottom of the page as well ;)

  33. Denise
    August 14, 2011 at 11:31 pm

    I love the introduction to you! The sentence..”and if I’m not me we aren’t us.” Poignant. Is he still him? Love how you say The Man!!! I love your list! The Adele (stalker) made me laugh!! I’m a Vladimir Putin stalker!!! Yes, I also can identify with your last lines. I’m so interested in the only child declaration. Being one, I say it sometimes too. Yesterday I had lunch with someone with a daughter who is an only child and will probably remain so. She said it too. Eight years old. Three ladies ranging from 41 to 50 and an eight year old: fit like glue. “Teaching things you most need to learn.” That is what defines most moms. I think. I ask those questions a lot. What this means, what that–the big words.. There is more to a mom. Like nurturing, creating safety, one who is willing to absorb and share emotion. Usually these are things answered by women but sometimes it is a man. I like those questions though. Especially about assignment of titles and roles and the “big” feelings. I like your busy brain!!! It’s interesting (in a good way). Oh, to be a flip flop whore!! Have you the kind with the kitten heels?!!! And purple hair!! Where did this begin? My love of purple began at the age of 7 when I got a bike with a purple glitter banana seat!!!

    • A Beautiful Mess Inside
      A Beautiful Mess Inside
      August 15, 2011 at 9:10 am

      Oh my… a purple glitter banana seat. That would have been “wicked awesome.” I fell in love with as a little girly girly lavender was my pink. This meant purple accessories.
      Coincidentally my high school colors were purple and white. I’ve never tired of it even with all the purple in my life. I had the hair done in February and there is no sign of me tiring of it either!

      As for The Man…he’s on a recovery mission too. A few of his important bit and pieces got lost during his relentless staph infection this spring. Nineteen days in the hospital, two surgeries, two months off work, and he’s we’re still recovering. I think we’ll look back on the experience and see that it was a much needed sandblasting. It certainly uncovered our strengths which in so many ways turn out to be our weaknesses as well.

  34. admin
    admin
    August 1, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    Hi Kurt…
    Nice to see you here. Feel free to use that sentence. It seems to be a popular one right now!

    g

  35. July 31, 2011 at 8:55 pm

    Great stuff lady…
    I’d like to post that last sentence I may… credit to you of course… because that’s how I feel as well.

  36. July 30, 2011 at 12:51 pm

    Great stuff Gayle, love the purple hair. If I may, I’d like to use your words..”I’m searching for something I either lost or never found.” My life most times feels full.

    I’m trapped in the body of a 54 year old person, but I can’t, nor do I want to change the kid in me. It is what defines me and my character. Life is good, but everyday I’m happy I get to see the sun come up.

    Wish I could spend an hour with you.

    Lupe

    • admin
      admin
      July 30, 2011 at 7:41 pm

      Of course you can use my words and we can probably figure out how to spend an hour together too!

    • May 4, 2012 at 10:03 am

      I used to say “I am a 15 year-old boy stuck in his Mother’s body.” Now I’m his Grandma!

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