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4 Responses to “Tongue-tied”

  1. cara on October 30th, 2009 4:42 pm

    So they will probably do exactly that :) use that one sentence that will make you look bad but get a lot of feedback from angry peopele….I hope not

  2. Jennifer Miller on November 1st, 2009 1:18 am

    Speaking as one of the other five moms on that interview with you, I doubt they will use that one sentence… I mean, come one, the last thing the media wants to do is make people look bad… :::wink::: I’m sure I said some dumb stuff that could raise an uproar as well. :)

  3. Amy on November 1st, 2009 2:18 am

    @Jennifer Miller – :-) I was trying to tell my husband about this and he didn’t even let me finish. He was like “You just shouldn’t have gone there, and you know it.”

  4. Jen on November 1st, 2009 9:32 pm

    It’s always such a touchy subject, but I know what you mean. Eventhough I probably agree with you since I have lived in an all black neighborhood for the past 6 years, you still are not allowed to say it because you are not black. I hope you come out ok on that one! Good luck.

    I have a suggestion on the sewing (eventhough it’s too late now.) Did you ever hear of stich wichery (Sp?) It’s an iron on fabric glue that you can use to make hems. It is the best stuff. My mother who loved to sew back in the day, grew to hate sewing because she did have time to do it. She now uses this stuff and she swears by it. It comes in a roll like tape. Put a piece of it between the fabric where the hem is and iron it on with a damp cloth. It is a huge time saver!