I Want To See The Stars – Episode 177: PaleOMG Uncensored Podcast

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Today on the podcast I’m talking through our recent experience with Cabo scammers, my current ideas on having children, and why Taysha has brought new life to all of us in 2020, including her 15 suitors.

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.

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7 thoughts on “I Want To See The Stars – Episode 177: PaleOMG Uncensored Podcast”

  1. I’ve always wondered why people seem to pressure the woman into having kids. Everyone assumes we don’t have kids because I’m some horrible person. My husband has 3 from his previous marriage and didn’t want any more. I wasn’t sure and we’ve built a life we love, and even though I just turned 40 people STILL question me. Or make passive aggressive comments about how much free time I have. Add to that, his family worships his ex because she had kids with him. Augh…it’s maddening. I like my life. Can’t people just let me live it?

    1. I TOTALLY agree with Kari (above comment)! I just turned 40 also. My husband is younger (37) and we’ve never wanted kids. It got to a point when I was about 36 when we decided what Juli talked about in the podcast: Let’s just see what happens. If it doesn’t happen, it’s not meant to be. Well, I did get pregnant and was TERRIFIED and anxious the entire time. I ended up having a miscarriage, but we worked through that and now understand sometimes that that shit happens. Now I’m in my early 40s and I’m like, “I love our life. I love being the cool aunt” and I have no regrets. My husband has kind of flipped a bit more recently, but I’m like, “Dude, my ship has sailed.” I don’t get why people are so invested in others’ business of having kids, though. It’s super maddening. Why don’t people understand that my free time, my job, my dogs, travel, and full nights’ sleep make my days awesome? I’m fulfilled. Off topic: Also, why do doctors focus on the WOMAN and why she can’t get pregnant? All of my friends who have had difficulty getting pregnant has been due to the MAN and his sperm.

    1. not if your kid doesn’t like you. or moves away. or passes away. having children doesn’t ensure you’ll have someone to visit you or take care of you when you’re older.

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