Jennifer Wichers
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why infidelity

you broke us, you broke all that was good, you broke the precious bond of sharing a home with a family our family you, me, our children that long for a cocoon of lovewas it ever real, or was it always a means to find an end, did you ever love me, i am broken and flawed but so are youhow is it so easy to find another bed, beside another woman, to rest your head  did it occur to you that your family was hurting while you were holding another  you broke us, you broke all that was good, you broke…See More
Jan 18, 2013
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why infidelity

you broke us, you broke all that was good, you broke the precious bond of sharing a home with a family our family you, me, our children that long for a cocoon of lovewas it ever real, or was it always a means to find an end, did you ever love me, i am broken and flawed but so are youhow is it so easy to find another bed, beside another woman, to rest your head  did it occur to you that your family was hurting while you were holding another  you broke us, you broke all that was good, you broke…See More
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 2013 She Let Go I remember one year ago to the date, reading this entry by Ernest Holmes and how deeply I wanted to just let go.  It's powerful and simple. She let go, without …

THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 2013She Let GoI remember one year ago to the date, reading this entry by Ernest Holmes and how deeply I wanted to just let go.  It's powerful and simple. She let go, without a thought or a word. She let goShe let go of the fear.  She let go of the judgments.  She let go of the confluence of the opinions swarming around her head. She let go of the committee of indecision within her.…See More
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 2013 She Let Go I remember one year ago to the date, reading this entry by Ernest Holmes and how deeply I wanted to just let go.  It's powerful and simple. She let go, without …

THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 2013She Let GoI remember one year ago to the date, reading this entry by Ernest Holmes and how deeply I wanted to just let go.  It's powerful and simple. She let go, without a thought or a word. She let goShe let go of the fear.  She let go of the judgments.  She let go of the confluence of the opinions swarming around her head. She let go of the committee of indecision within her.…See More
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Souffle...what...you aren't so fancy!

My first home attempt of a fancy smancy Souffle...flavors of Grand Marnier and Chocolate Cabernet both served with Creme Anglais!  Please enjoy my little photo diary ;-)…See More
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Souffle...what...you aren't so fancy!

My first home attempt of a fancy smancy Souffle...flavors of Grand Marnier and Chocolate Cabernet both served with Creme Anglais!  Please enjoy my little photo diary ;-)…See More
Dec 28, 2012
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La Buche de Noel

The history of one of the most famous French pastries can be traced back to Celtic tradition in celebration of the winter solstice.  On this day the Celts would search for a large piece of wood to burn as a symbol of the rebirth of the sun and a thanks for the suns return to the Earth."This pagan tradition was not snuffed out by the Catholic church and during the middle ages the logs and the ceremony of the burning log became more elaborate. The logs themselves would be decorated with ribbons…See More
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La Buche de Noel

The history of one of the most famous French pastries can be traced back to Celtic tradition in celebration of the winter solstice.  On this day the Celts would search for a large piece of wood to burn as a symbol of the rebirth of the sun and a thanks for the suns return to the Earth."This pagan tradition was not snuffed out by the Catholic church and during the middle ages the logs and the ceremony of the burning log became more elaborate. The logs themselves would be decorated with ribbons…See More
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Chronicles of French Culinary Education

First of all I am loving my saturated culinary life in a French kitchen, deep in the Heart of Texas, I am tired, but if you love what you do....its all relative.We had a fast and furious evening that included me, myself, and I preparing the escargot!  That's right, I punched holes in the little slippery suckers, made the special butter, and prepped many, many small pans similar to the image below.  It was awesome, fairly laborious, and totally worth it!…See More
Dec 18, 2012
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"There is nothing that warms my heart more than bringing a smile to a child's face.  My daughter is 17 now and she is my one and only.  I have so many memories of tea parties, doing puzzles, reading books etc...it would start wonderful…"
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If you blog, what is your blog's name?
Momma Luvs U & Food 2
Blog URL
http://mommaluvsu.blogspot.com/
Blog URL {2}
http://parisplusmeouioui.blogspot.com/
I blog about...
Art and Decor, Crafts and DIY, Family Life, Food and Drink, Humor, Home and Garden, Marriage, Shopping and Review, Travel and Activities, Work at Home, Working Mom, Everything, Newbie, Family, Lifestyle, Social Media, Social Networking, Writing
What do you blog about? {In your own words}
I am an active mother of 3 children Averi (6) All star competitive cheerleader for Woodlands Elite, Nate (5) just starting Baseball, and Noah (1) likes to hang with Momma! I am training to work as Professional Chef by trade, but have always been a lover of food and wine. Also, I would like to say writing is my second trade, interior decorating, photography, etc etc all creative outlets are necessary for my survival. I have a gypsy soul and am in perpetual conflict with describing exactly what my style is.... I love vintage and I love junk and I love new and I love Modern clean lines.hhhhmmmmmm see! I am a lover of all things FRENCH and hope to make it to Paris in 2013! Most important is that I am a Momma trying my best to raise 3 well rounded kiddos that I love to the moon and back <3
Twitter ID {Remember to include www.twitter.com/ }
http://https://twitter.com/Parisplusmeoui
My Pinterest URL
http://pinterest.com/jbrucewichers/
I have been blogging since:
2009
I blog because:
My Mom fried brain needs some exercise

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why infidelity

Posted on January 16, 2013 at 1:31am 0 Comments

you broke us, you broke all that was good, you broke the precious bond of sharing a home with a family

 our family you, me, our children that long for a cocoon of love

was it ever real, or was it always a means to find an end, did you ever love me, i am broken and flawed but so are you

how is it so easy to find another bed, beside another woman, to rest your head  did it occur to you that your family…

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Souffle...what...you aren't so fancy!

Posted on December 28, 2012 at 12:42am 0 Comments

My first home attempt of a fancy smancy Souffle...flavors of Grand Marnier and Chocolate Cabernet both served with Creme Anglais!  Please enjoy my little photo diary ;-)…

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La Buche de Noel

Posted on December 21, 2012 at 12:44pm 0 Comments

The history of one of the most famous French pastries can be traced back to Celtic tradition in celebration of the winter solstice.  On this day the Celts would search for a large piece of wood to burn as a symbol of the rebirth of the sun and a thanks for the suns return to the Earth.

"This pagan tradition was not snuffed out by the Catholic church…

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At 5:27pm on October 20, 2011, Janelle Hanchett said…

Welcome! Just want to introduce myself and welcome you. I write an irreverent, not so ordinary mama blog called renegade mothering (www.renegademothering.com). I'm what one would call a wayward mama. Something like Martha Stewart with a bad attitude, or Mrs. Cleaver on psychedelics. Some people think I'm funny...though I wouldn't trust them. They're clearly unstable.

Anyway, on my way to check out your blog! (P.S. If you "follow" me, I will definitely follow back!).

Cheers,
Janelle

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