Recipe for a good cry

13 Sep


  • One new mom
  • Dozens of crazy hormones
  • Two free minutes
  • This video

Mix well.

5 Responses to “Recipe for a good cry”

  1. marinasleeps September 13, 2010 at 6:53 pm #

    That was such a good video. But I have to say figuring all that is part of the journey. It’s interesting and empowering when you learn the beat of your own drum.
    The realization of figuring something out on your own or learning something else new is something I would never take back.

  2. Megan September 14, 2010 at 8:31 am #

    I made it all the way to “Be Brave” before I started to lose it. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  3. N'sMomma September 14, 2010 at 9:07 am #

    cried the second the music started watched the whole thing and sobbed and it felt good!

  4. Thoughts From a Real Life September 15, 2010 at 7:12 pm #

    Oh that was awesome! Thank you for sharing. My baby is about to have her first baby so I’m posting it for her.

    Thanks again.

  5. Mur April 26, 2014 at 2:55 am #

    Depends entirely on the state/province . geralenly,though, it depends on whether you meet the areas fishing requirements (licenses,age,etc.) because the law is geared more to resale/commercial usage and whether the species is of special interest (rare,endangered,at risk,etc.).If under the age of 16 (age most states/provinces require you to have a fishing license),doubtful much would come of it other than a stern warning or probation if it’s a common species but parents would be held responsible for any special interest fish (seriously doubtful they are as they were so easily collected.Sunfish species are not hard to keep as long as they are treated like Central/South American cichlids in their housing,filtration.and feeding (they don’t require heaters).There are MANY species of Sunfish . some are actually very well suited to smaller (10g) tanks longterm.It is more likely that these are the young of one of the larger species though and they will eventually require MUCH bigger tanks (55g minimum) due to size and aggression (which rivals cichlids).People need to realize that ALL fish (even common tank-raised species today) originally came from a wild environment and it is a matter of proper husbandry to keep them.As far as POSSIBLE fines/penalties? . think in the $500 per fish (average) range with possible jail time (more often probation and loss of licenses) depending on HOW the fish is viewed by the respective state/province. Endangered or prohibited species go MUCH higher.Collect and keep native fish just not for resale.

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