Monthly Archives: November 2014

November 26

Grades Are Posted

Some of you came over to play with us yesterday and chimed in on a little SisterWife Trivia. Thank you for your participation. This was a lot of fun. And now, the moment you’ve been waiting for (I’m really sorry you lost sleep over this)…the answers: Dun Dun Dun… This beautiful SisterWife wears a tiny […]

November 25

This SisterWife

Here’s a story of some lovely ladies. Who were busy writing blogs and living life. But they thought that you would like to know them better So they came up with a quiz, “This SisterWife.”     This beautiful SisterWife wears a tiny stud in her nose. This sexy SisterWife just signed up for a […]

November 20

Raised in hell, but still parenting well

Today’s post is another on parenting, this time in response to Dawn’s incredible piece a couple of weeks ago, about how parenting proved to be a completely unexpected source of triggers for her, due to her being a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. This piece exploded into the Sisterwives’ submissions queue, and I couldn’t wait […]

November 17

Don’t Cry, Mom

I first ‘met’ Kathleen through a blogging group, where I was immediately impressed by her lively, engaging spirit, and her support and encouragement of others. She’s someone who you want to listen to (a good thing for an author, right?). Here’s the thing, though – she writes hard things beautifully, in ways which seem to […]

November 14


This week the Sisterwives were honored to have Matticus guest post twice.  The first post was about the perception of cowardice and the second was about insomnia.  Today I have an extra surprise for the SisterWives community; a poetic duet titled Insomnia written by Matticus and I. Written by Matticus and Hastywords   Tip-toeing through […]

November 13


I am what you would call empathetic. I will read, discuss, or overhear something that will invariably cycle itself over and over inside my brain as I am trying to find sleep.  Most nights my mind is a steady stream of notions that pace themselves with my husbands quiet snoring.  So, it is no surprise, […]

November 11


While reading this submission by our guest, Matticus, I began humming, We’re off to see the Wizard… Sorry Matticus, I am forever going to visualize you with a mane playing anxiously with the end of a lion’s tail. But seriously, the 1939 film “Wizard of OZ” offers us some keen insight regarding cowardice when the […]

parenting unexpected trigger November 06

Parenting-An Unexpected Trigger

On Tuesday, Dawn courageously shared a part of her story with us. You may have noticed that she touched briefly on a project she and a fellow survivor, mother, and blogger are starting to support others who no longer want to feel alone, who want to find a community where there are others who understand completely […]

tattered soul November 04

Tattered Soul

One of the greatest things about being part of The Sisterwives (and there are many) is meeting people who are willing to share their stories with us and our readers, walking through their fear to put forth the words that just might be the exact ones someone needs to hear in order to find the strength to […]