Sounds like a trick question, right? If you've ever read my profile, you know this: I'm a married, tattooed, suburban, stay at home mother of four girls and I love my life. For all of my adult life, those things have pretty much defined me. I had my first daughter at twenty, going straight from living with my family to raising one. I wouldn't change a thing. Now, fifteen years later, my youngest is starting school full time next month and I'm kind of lost. I always thought I'd go back to working part time at this point in my life, but the economy has pretty much destroyed the concept of "mother's hours", at least for now. So now I'm faced with spending 180+ days with someone (me) I don't really know and that's an overwhelming thought. I mean, how much "picking up" can a house, that no one is home using, actually need? On the upside, I finally have time to slow down and rediscover all of the things I love (or not love). All of the things that make me, me. One thing at a time.