[324] Kick Ass Bitches


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I watched the Seahawks games with some pretty cool chicks today, and it got me thinking about the other amazing women I’ve had as role models, and mainly, my mom.

Today is her birthday so I guess she was on my mind anyway. I was a little bummed since I didn’t get to spend the day with her, but the fact that I’ll be home in 12.5 days makes it much more tolerable. I’ve gushed about my mom and the rest of my family enough times for y’all to get how much I love them, but I wanted to pay my mama a little extra attention on her birthday:

 

Mom,

I think you know how much I love you and how much I rely on you whenever I’m in need, but in case there’s any questions, this should clear it up. I honestly couldn’t have asked for a better mother and friend. I know that I was bit of a bitch when I was in high school and I’m sorry for all that bullshit I put you through. Now that I look back on that time, I can’t remember anything we ever fought about; part of me is a little sad that that time may have been wasted, but the other part is glad that we were able to get over that phase and move on to a better relationship with each other. I appreciate everything that you do for me, especially all the ways that you make me feel loved from 3,000 miles away. You’re an amazingly strong, caring, smart, beautiful, thoughtful woman and having you in my life makes me a better person.

I love you.

 

– Stephanie

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[288] Professional Pierogi Producer

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Usually when I make pierogi it’s done with my mom and my sister. We call it out pierogi sweatshop. My mom makes the dough and rolls it out, my sister and I mix the filling, I fill the pierogi, and then my sister handles the boiling. This time I only had me, but my setup was pretty sweet. It took SO much longer to make 4 batches of pierogi than I remember it taking. I finished though, and felt really good about the final product.

 

– Stephanie

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