We have had a good week, and I’m thankful. How has your week been? Or rather, your month of January? January started off on a heavy note with sickness. Chills, the rawest sore-throat, and a hammering headache. Slowly (and thankfully), the germs left and we are back together, back as a family unit, back trying… [Read More]
How is your January going?
The books I read in 2021, plus a reading tip for mothers
HI! HAPPY NEW YEAR… ten days later ;) I’m chuckling as I type this post. Last year was busier than I had anticipated, and in many ways, it was much better than I could have wished it to be. There were two big changes for our family: Zack accomplished his first year in business (he… [Read More]
In the evening.
It’s late, and I’ve just crawled into bed, thrilled to be between the soft flannel sheets. The cool of the night surrounds me, but I can feel the warmth coming. It builds like mid-day in the summer, when the backyard is quiet and the heat of the sun rests like a lightweight blanket. Calm, warm,… [Read More]
How do you handle change as a mother?
The last year has really caused me to stop and think about change. How do I adjust to change? How do other women adjust to it? Am I open to accepting change? What changes have been the hardest to accept; the easiest? Here’s how I handle change: History proves Zack and I are very open… [Read More]
Life around here!
Good afternoon! As I write to you I’m seated at a large table inside a library, and I’m happy to be spending time in this building once again. I really enjoy being surrounded by so many books and patrons interested in learning and growth. Zack and I are re-watching Downton Abbey, and in one recent… [Read More]
Spiritual Mothering & Mentorship (video)
Hello! I’m happy to be able to share with you a video of a talk I gave in May on Spiritual Mothering & Mentorship. This topic hits right to my heart and walk with Jesus! I love, LOVE these particular topics. And if I’m privileged to know you in real life, you know I thrive… [Read More]
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