Gurrbonzo

I ran across Gurrbonzo, a hilarious blog from a spunky mom of two, several years ago. I love her sense of humor, matter-of-fact depictions of every day life, and that she's a smarty-pants lawyer!
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I ran across Gurrbonzo, a hilarious blog from a spunky mom of two, several years ago. I love her sense of humor, matter-of-fact depictions of every day life, and that she's a smarty-pants lawyer!

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