Frankie would love to get a tattoo, but she can’t think of anything inspirational to say, only jokes, and is not sure “This is a joke” on her ass is worth it.

She is a Counsellor who has lived in USA, Canada, UK and occasional NFA. She describes herself as a parent, wife, friend, drinking partner, gutter girl and risk taker (but only after too much Gin).
She tried to jump on a trampoline last week and wet herself. She reports knowing that jumping, as well as laughing and coughing past 40 is risky, but did it anyway.
She is the friend that sometimes you laugh with and sometimes you laugh at. At least with her online writing, you don’t have to worry which one it is as she can’t’ see you.

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This article was written as part of a series for our partnership with The Sophia Way where we helped tell the stories of women experiencing homelessness in a new way – using humor to discuss the challenges they face everyday and appreciate their strength and resourcefulness.   Push snooze four times, skip brushing your hair, and maybe your teeth too. Walk out in the same clothes and make-up from the night before and do hot yoga to get the right

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