The Mother of all Jobs

LORIEB (Lor-ee-be)

As I am perusing the brochures arriving in the mail from the universities my third and youngest son has applied to, I cannot help but feel that my job as a mother is very quickly becoming obsolete. I have been committed to this job for over 25 years now, and although the interview process was slow and stressful, (check out my book about this subject G9P3A3) once I knew the job was mine, there was no looking back.  The years have truly flown by, with the high points and low points all blended together in my memory, representing an amazing opportunity I am extremely grateful for.

I believe that the job of being a mother is the most important as well as the most difficult job a woman can ever have.  This may seem like an old-fashioned, anti-feminist, and sexist statement, but it is one made in genuine respect for…

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