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  1. Hahahaha! Facebook totally does paint a distorted life picture for everyone. I get the same questions/comments. Like oh, your kids are so cute, I want your life. And I’m like huh? ??? You’re just a human being trying to live your life.

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  2. I think you wiser than you realize. Perhaps you should tell them a happy marriage is the wrong question. A successful marriage is what they should be asking. I understand you don’t always have peaches and cream, but you have dedication and actual love, instead of “love until we’re sick of each other then divorce,” which is rare. Really, it’s inspiring to see your family. And I get to see the bad stuff 😉 Your husband’s beside you and your kids aren’t dead by your own hands, so seriously, good job.

    As for that photo about if you want kids visit: my nephew’s like that. There are some days I visit and run around looking for a woman willing to let me put a baby in her. There are far more days I go, “Glad I can give you back.”

    Blessings, Jess.

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    1. This is a really nice comment, Paul! Thank you 🙂 I’m sorry I didn’t see it sooner! Hope all is well!

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  3. Facebook is a date that just won’t end. Sometimes I just metaphorically let one rip so that the date will end abruptly and I won’t have to pretend anymore. But then that date turns out to be a fart huffer and I’m back to square one.

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        1. That’s a really useful talent to have, actually. I suck at analogies!

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