When my girls were little, I quickly noticed that they based a large percentage of their feelings and reactions on mine. This was most evident when they were learning to walk. Anytime they wobbled, tripped, fell down, or even just startled themselves, they immediately looked to my face for a response. If I heeded my… Continue reading ta-dah!
Wherever there is a process, there will eventually be a jam. Such is the nature of life in this fallen world, and I have mostly come to accept it so as to preserve what few full-color strands of hair I have left. Some jams I am prepared for, because they kind of make sense and… Continue reading jammed
I've been a church-going girl all of my life, literally since I was born. Being a Christian has been one of the primary ways I identify myself, and a big part of that is attending church. My weakest moments only meant that I would attend more - every time the doors were open, if I could.Entering… Continue reading cross/fit
The first week of Lent is finished, and I am happy to report that it was largely a success. My girls and I accomplished all of our goals and stayed faithful to the promises we made. We supported each other in our different struggles and came away from it closer than ever. That's the good… Continue reading sweet
“I think there must be something wrong with me, Linus. Christmas is coming, but I’m not happy. I don’t feel the way I’m supposed to feel…” -Charlie Brown I hate to admit this, but in the past, I have written off this bewildered confession as evidence of weak character on good old Charlie Brown’s part. How… Continue reading blue