I’m Jane.  I’m quirky, a little verbose at times and I always over think everything.  Here is the place where I will let all that out.

I love to laugh. It helps me forget about my problems. You should try it.

I’m a true friend, a lover, a fighter, a poet, a sinner and a great shoulder to cry on.  Love me, hate me, take me or leave me.  I’m Jane, that’s me.

My mom is my hero. She was the greatest woman who ever lived. I’m not sure we realized this until after she was gone.  I miss her every moment of every day.  

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  1. Jane! I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog. I am currently redesigning my blog and not sure what it is I want to do. I’m obsessed with social media and it hit me while talking to my professor that I need to make a blog on social media. So my living simpretty blog is dead but I look forward to still following you on my new blog!

      • Jane, I will send this to my husband who had a very loving loving mother too. My own Mom loved with all her heart, I believe, but because she had such a difficult lonely life it was hard for me to really believe in her love. So glad for you that your dear Mom was able to make this real for you!!

      • Thank you. My mom wasn’t always acting as the perfect mom. As you read, she suffered from depression. She tried to kill herself when I was 11. I was mad at her for years for it and only came to terms with it and forgave her within the last few years. That is when I really allowed myself to freely love her with abandon. I never told her I was angry about it because I didn’t think it would do any good. It was something I dealt with and didn’t feel like it would help anything to tell her. Within the last 10 or so years, she really overcame depression and I can truly say that she was finally happy.

  2. I wrote this on your sister’s blog, but I wanted you to know it too . . . You’re mother’s amazing legacy lives on within the memories and writings of both you and Margie. An amazing woman indeed! Despite your loss, may you have a peace, blessings and joy this Mother’s Day!

  3. You definitely sound like my kind of girl, Jane. I like your out look on life. Looking forward to your future posts!

    Thanks for following my blog 🙂

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