Monday Mourning Widow Series #6: 5 Worries of a Single Mom

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Last week, I was honored when Natasha from Epic Mommy Adventures asked me to write a guest post about single parenting for her blog series during National Unmarried and Single Americans Week.

I am so glad that the organization that promotes this week added the term “Unmarried” to the title. Because as a widow, I would rather describe myself with that word than as “single.” Although really, I actually still consider myself married. I still wear my wedding ring. And I still refer to Chaz as my husband.

I’m not sure if, or when, that will every go away.

But I do consider myself a “single mom.” Because it’s just me, every day and every night, caring for and raising our children.

So of course I accepted the offer to write for her blog!

After writing my guest post titled 5 Worries of a Single Mom, I thought it would be great as a Monday Mourning Widow Series post. So this week, I am linking back to it, and you can read it over on Natasha’s blog. You can find it by clicking the image below.

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Carolann
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Your strength is inspiring! I really enjoyed reading your post and will be back soon for more!

Ny Times
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Hi there, of course this post is in fact good and I have learned lot of things from it about blogging.

thanks.