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Just Trying to Keep the Wheels on the Wagon

Just Trying to Keep the Wheels on the Wagon

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Gwyneth, I want you to know I feel your pain, girlfriend. I am trying to appreciate how it must be hard being a gorgeous Oscar-winning movie star, with limitless funds, on a movie set where someone feeds you and gives you a trailer to take a nap and probably drives you and your kids places with out messing up your designer clothes or your perfect hair. But in all seriousness, I don’t begrudge your general fabulousness — even though there is very little about your life that I can relate to as a working mom (except for the show-stopping outfits that I wear to work). You, like all of us, are just trying to do the best you can with the specifics of your own life.

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