These two goofy people and seven wonderful others are the light of my life. I believe that these gifts are given to me by God, and I am thankful beyond … Continue reading Healthy Happy Home
It’s easy to see someone who is doing wrong, and say, “It’s not done that way…” It’s easy to look around and point to the person and notice their flaws … Continue reading Reader Read This (The Broken Way) by Ann Voscamp
Together with a crazy life of trying to keep many children alive, and staying sane, I haven’t written much lately. I feel God calling me, saying that many people need … Continue reading Questions For Barbara
At the beginning of the day, which started too early, in the first place, we jumped through hoops and sprinklers and dryers. We found crispy clothing worth the most dollars. … Continue reading Sunday Funday
After the entourage of articles about the zoological malfunction/parental distraction/ unfortunate situation of the poor dear Harambe’s death…I am left feeling contemplative and also furious: here’s why. Most of the publications I … Continue reading Guerilla Momma Declaration
I started a reading challenge this summer, and had a nice long list of books I wanted to read. I still have the list. I KEEP ADDING TO IT. But, … Continue reading Reader Read This (More Than Happy) The Wisdom of Amish Parenting by Serena B. Miller with Paul Stutzman
Woke up this morning to instantly feeling frustrated because my sweet son let the cat out, and the cat then took it upon himself to sit on my face in … Continue reading There is No Such Thing As: You’re Doing it Right!
There has been so much to fill up these past few weeks, so many blog posts written, but never written, endless streams of consciousness fading into a tired sigh…..There was … Continue reading Before You Were Formed…
Wildly running through the grocery store, haphazardly throwing various things into the cart, my mind wanders towards the beautiful retreat I was able to go on last week, at my … Continue reading Pray, I Beg You
Thinking back to all the things that have inspired me over the years: people, plants, color, cloth, thread, paint, paper, books, bicycles, rocks, feathers, home, food, things that make food … Continue reading Coffee Cabinets and Stella and Fred’s Love Story
I decided to give myself the goal of reading a book each month this year, and I am really enjoying the challenge. I invite you, dear reader, to also set … Continue reading Reader Read This (Kabul Beauty School) by Deborah Rodriguez
There are many tasks I enjoy as a stay at home mother, but cleaning and organizing isn’t one of them. I love to cook and sew and all that involves … Continue reading Let Me KonMari That For You!