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Moms, how many of us love creating a shiny, glittery wallpaper world of the girl we wish we were? And when we canít attain those things, we can at least give ourselves points for liking them, and for recognizing goodness when we see it. If this life stage doesnít allow us the resources to make a wall hanging from a broken window pane, or to make our own coffee creamers, or to be the envy of the baking moms with our whimsical birthday cupcakes, well then, we tell ourselves, at least someone can imagine that we dream of such thingsÖ
If you are a woman and mother trying your best to just to keep up with your kids, much less the Joneses, youíll appreciate Tricia Lott Willifordís take on the struggle to shine and just be yourself amidst the glitz and glamour of Pinterest-inspired homemaking and the competitive world of family fables shared on Facebook.
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