Ms.Nicey-Nice

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About Ms.Nicey-Nice

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    Divine Being
  • Birthday 08/20/1979

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Marital Status
    Married
  • Location
    Wisconsin

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    Attachment Parenting, Feminism, LGBTQ, Natural Childbirth, Substance Use Disorders, Gardening, Religion, Spirituality, Vegetarian, Music, Yoga, Group Hugs.
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    <3

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  • Occupation
    Substance Abuse Counselor/Wife/Mama
  • Website URL
    http://www.fineandfairblog.com/

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  1. I am primarily a singer, but my husband is a Luthier and the son of a band teacher, so we have a lot of instruments! We have a variety of guitars and ukuleles (4 of each), an acoustic bass, a cello, a couple of violins, a banjo, a mountain dulcimer, a clarinet, a saxophone, a xylophone, an electric piano, a smattering of hand drums and auxiliary percussion goodies (tambourines, shakers, cowbell, etc.) a child-sized piano, and an autoharp. I'm probably leaving something out. My husband can at least get a decent sound out of everything we own. I can get decent sounds out of guitars, ukuleles, ba
  2. I've been pondering this a bit, because it's been a while since I've really identified as "Pagan", and I was thinking that while my own sense of spirituality is earth-based and pantheistic, I don't really do any rituals, per se. The more I thought about it, though, I think I just don't think about it, because the "rituals" I do are just a normal part of life for me. Things like blessing the seeds we plant and talking to my daughter about "sprinkling them with love". Thanking the plants in our garden for the vegetables they provide us. Harvesting herbs, the process of drying them, bundling sag
  3. I think you have an important point there, whether it's a point I particularly like, or not. At the same time, I think there's a difference between having respect for and tolerance of his beliefs, and having respect for and tolerance of the way he responds to the beliefs of others. "Daddy does not believe in god or heaven" is a bit different than "Anyone who believes in god or heaven is a mindless sheep who can't think for their self and perpetuates utter nonsense." Although, I suppose that is also a belief... So, hrm. I guess what we need to get on the same page with is whether or not we agr
  4. I had the pleasure of starting my day watching this with a toddler in my lap and a cup of coffee in my hand and wanted to share the joy with the rest of you.
  5. Thank you Br. Devon, I obviously agree. As Josh said, Atheists can be as challenging as Religious fanatics in their "I am right and this is the only right answer" position. He has become a much more staunch non-believer in the last couple of years, which has been interesting to watch unfold. Our daughter has attended church on a few occasions (weddings, funerals, a baptism, Christmas, and just a regular ol' service when she spent a weekend with my parents), and mostly she enjoys the music.
  6. Oh, we've discussed it at great lengths, we're simply finding it challenging to get on the same page. It's definitely something that needs to be discussed further until we can find a better middle ground, because I tend to find his responses disrespectful and intolerant, and if there is one thing I don't tolerate, it is intolerance. Overall, my mother is respectful. Christianity is simply ingrained in her and her manners of speech, so, for example, if I'm discussing something with her that I'm confused about or troubled by, her response will typically include something about "God's plan" whi
  7. If this is not the appropriate forum for this topic, please move as appropriate. I am curious to hear about the experiences of others who co-parent with someone whose beliefs (or non-beliefs) differ from your own, and how you go about navigating that with your children. My husband is solidly atheist and I am solidly (lol) agnostic. We both had Lutheran upbringings, and all of our parents are Christian. My parents are...particularly Christian, in that it permeates a lot of their daily interactions. Our daughter is nearing three years old, and since my mom watches her two afternoons a week, she
  8. Hi Joella. It's been a long time since we chatted. Hope all is well with you.

    Robin

  9. By the way... Which one's Ginger?

  10. THANKS! Bitchin' tattoo, by the way... yeowser! Why, thank you!
  11. I really enjoyed the movie. I've not seen the broadway version, but predict that I would like the broadway version live musical better, based on previous experiences with musicals made into movies.
  12. Hubby and watched this the other weekend. While in the video store, I picked it up, and Mr. Nicey-Nice looked at me like "Are you serious? I don't think you'll like that." We went for it anyway. The joke WAS filthy, and certainly not the funniest joke I've ever heard. What was cool about it, though, was that all you needed was the start and end of the joke, and could do pretty much anything with the middle of it. It was interesting to see how the different comics put their own spin on it, but it did get a bit repetitive at points.
  13. I'm going to have to watch it just to hear the joke! I hate feeling left out!