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I make time to date my husband, read a book or two and even get in a workout when I can.But somewhere along the way, my attention shifted away from me and became laser-focused on my family.But, now that I have, I'm pleased to find that it's just as much fun to have a call with a girlfriend today (or chat or tweet) as it was when I was 16.And while I don't have to watch what I say so that my mom doesn't hear it, I do have to worry about my two-year-old repeating my colorful conversation to the kids at daycare. Also, I think there may be something to having kids after 35 that is truly identity-shifting in a way that's different from having kids at 22. My first instinct when I had this realization was to call up my girlfriends for a "girls' night out." However, it quickly became clear that all of my friends were in the exact same boat as I was.Some of them were "experienced" parents, and others were just getting started.Here are five key areas of confrontation, detailed in the prosecutor's seven-page report and the brothers' 10-page letter:1. John Sheridan's injuries According to Soriano's March 27 report, an assistant medical examiner characterized John Sheridan's five wounds as "superficial in nature, consistent with self infliction." The sons say their private autopsy found that, "given the depth of our father's wounds, they could not be described as 'hesitation wounds.' Also, Soriano noted the absence of defensive wounds on John Sheridan's body, which was found under a burning armoire. (AP Photo/Mel Evans) People file past a portrait of John and Joyce Sheridan, into a memorial service for the couple at the War Memorial Tuesday, Oct.
At 38, I'm a busy, working mother of a two-year-old.I have slowly come to the conclusion that one very fundamental change has occurred in my life: About the time I had my son, my happiness meter shifted from being about me to being about someone else.Even when I got married, my individual happiness remained intact.Soriano's office said the metal was mostly zinc, with small amounts of aluminum and copper, but "its original shape and purpose could not be identified." The brothers oppose the suggestion that this might have been a weapon, questioning whether the metal came instead from a picture frame or trophy. They also asked Soriano if he believes John Sheridan used a carving knife to kill his wife of 47 years, then abandoned that weapon and a bread knife found on the bed to stab himself "with an uncharacteristically sharp letter opener." FILE - In this July, 24, 2012, file photo, John Sheridan, from left, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Cooper Health System applauds with George Norcross III, New Jersey Gov.
The sons pointed out their 72-year-old father had no scratch wounds, even though their mother, who was 69, "fought for her life and her hands were covered with blood."The sons' view: DNA on the murder weapon "matches not only John Sheridan, but approximately 50 percent of the world's male population."3.