Confession of a bad mom:

Confession of a bad mom: I know this is going to sound terrible… but sometimes I wish I could check into a hospital for a two night stay with a mild illness (sleep  deprivation/misanthropy) that required isolation and sleep as treatment.  That way  I would be able to lie in bed and nap all day, while watching tv on and off, with no one bothering me.  And… I wouldn’t have to cook!  Instead, my meals would be delivered right to my bed.  (Ok, hospital food is crappy, so maybe I’d order in.) It’s different than a hotel… if I checked in to a hotel, I’d feel guilty. I need this to be medically necessary, with a note and orders from my doctor.  “Please admit Meghan for two days of complete isolation and rest- to recover from life.”

good luck charlie


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Meghan K. Dwyer

Meghan K. Dwyer is an aspiring writer, misanthrope, cystic fibrosis advocate, wife and mother of four beautiful children. She lives in rural Western New York with her husband Chris and their four children Braeden, Kian, Kelan, and Ailey. She has a love of writing and in her spare time, enjoys a good book, sharing a glass of wine with friends or family and gardening. The name of her blog A Message of Mean from Meghan was inspired by an email containing that title, which was sent to her sister and friend. Her writing is full of sarcasm and truthful, yet at times, abrasive humor. Her blog is about sharing her thoughts of her day, confessions as a mother, and opinions about life in general as a kind of therapy. Meghan is the author of The Ellington Manor Series- a three book publication. When One Door Closes, Almost Forgotten and Hoping for Happiness are all available on and Barns& as well as her other works, A Message of Mean from Meghan and Confessions of a Bad Mom.

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