Female , 41-45

I love all things web development and am lucky to be able to do what I love from home and get paid! 3 great kids and 1 really, really great guy :)

Last Seen Oct 12, 2013
Member Since Jun 03, 2012
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Politics Very Liberal
Horoscope Scorpio
Special day 10-24
Local Time June 2nd, 2:06 PM

I Am An Atheist

We Said 'god' More Than You! Yesterday, while reading the news, I came across more than a few blurbs concerned with how often "God" was mentioned within politicians speeches over the course of last week and this week. [more]
reneehendricks has shared 4 Mature Experiences
  • I Support Gay Marriage

    10 Reasons To Oppose Gay Marriage (sarcasm - Just In Case It's Missed) 1.Being gay is not natural. Real Americans always reject unnatural things like eyeglasses, polyester, and air conditioning. 2.Gay marriage will encourage people to be gay, in the same way that h… [more]
  • I Have a Stalker

    Still Trying To Contact My Loved Ones After over four years of dealing with this woman, she's still trying to get a hold of my relatives. The latest is my sister. Oddly enough, this stalker now believes I'm actually my sister and pretendi… [more]
  • I Am a Flirt

    Late Bloomer Flirt (and A Bit About Theterrym Account "Be Careful") I was exceedingly shy all through school. It wasn't until after the Army and some college courses that I let my inner flirt bloom. Nowadays, I don't get to practice my actual flirting too much ('cept … [more]
  • I Have Been Stalked

    Quick Precautionary Because I don't want others to be trapped in the same thing for four or more years, please ignore the story "Two Men Stalked". It's by a known stalker and harasser looking for sympathy. Just an FYI! P… [more]
  • The Twisp House

    Posted on: June 17th, 2012 at 10:02AM

    The house was always there. Locals in the surrounding area couldn’t remember a time when it wasn’t there. While impressive as far as size, the house didn’t have any distinguishing features. The grounds surrounding it - at one time, meticulously manicured - in recent decades had become large plots of tangled bush, vine, and weeds. If one looked hard enough, little garden gnomes and miscellaneous tiny statues could be seen peeking out like timid and oddly shaped groundhogs. Occasionally a bit of movement occurred in the brambles and out popped a little rabbit.The faded and cracked paint that adorned the house appeared to a pea green and the once white trim dulled to a forlorn grey.  Boards had… [more]