She's not a single mom trying to be superwoman. She's superwoman trying to be a single mom. She sweats selflessness. And with two kids, she probably sweats more than she'd like to. I've always been fascinated with a concept that involved my friends in superhero costumes participating in very ordinary, everyday activities or routines. That's what they are to me. Superheros camouflaged as pedestrians. There's a glimmer of superhero in everyone, and to help provide an inside look into this particular superwoman, my friend/roommate/cousin/and now collaborator Scott, will share some of his words...


Growing up, girls dream of a white picket fence, Prince Charming, a million dollars, and perfectly obedient children. No little girl stays up late dreaming that one day she'll be a poor single mom in nursing school, shouldering the responsibility of 2 kids and everything that comes with them.


But life is about playing the hand you're dealt. Bonnie wasn't dealt a royal flush, 4 of a kind, or anything close to a full house. Rather, she was dealt a sweet, free-spirited 2 of a kind in the form of Grace (5) and Tucker (4).


I dare you to spend a day with this "Super-trio" and not fall in love with them! A million to one odds says Bonnie will make you realize what turning lemons into lemonade is all about; Grace's smile will melt your heart; and Tucker's random acts of comedy, intertwined with his priceless facial expressions will have you laughing so hard you cry.


Here's to Superwoman and her fantastic sidekicks!

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