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I am Emily Okaty Wilson, freelance writer, blogger and public speaker. It sounds better than saying I stay in my pajamas all day eating salt and vinegar chips. I claim to be a wife, a mother, a homeschool teacher and a musician. Sometimes I'm funny.
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- Alone on Mother’s Day
- Five Minute Friday: Comfort
- A long drive home
- I measure my success in smiles
- Five Minute Friday: Brave
- Sanity is overrated. Besides, then what would I blog about?
- Five Minute Friday: Friend
- The best gift we can give our children might be our friends
- Five Minute Friday: Here
- And then the truth came out
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