Masonry Posts – 3 Columns

Moments before Rob caught this pic with Bruno, I was trying to read a book on my Kindle app, resting my tweaked back, when both my girls wanted to lay...
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My girls have been competing over my attention and affection lately. Like at dinner, I have to sit in the middle of them so they can both “sit by mommy!”...
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TALK WITH TODDLERS AT YOUR OWN RISK ME: Poppy, how come you don’t like Jumping for Jesus? (Yes, at her preschool (at a church), they have a bounce house called...
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Hello everyone, a toast! I’m the Maid of Honor, which means that I am expected to make a spectacular toast, inside of a giant room, filled mostly with people I...
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Last night, I woke up to Rob leaping out of bed. In the light of the moon, I saw him throw his arm back ready to punch. My heart gripped...
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I’ve had incredible opportunities presented to me in 2019, but we’re now well into 2020 and I’m still waiting for them to happen. I’ve wanted to get a mega phone...
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I chatted with Emily after one of my workshops in the Word Up Club. She shared that she’s had a strong calling in her heart to start a hiking ministry....
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So here’s the deal. I’ve gotten flush a few times with baby fever, and  I don’t know what to do with all this energy. Which is a real problem because...
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I promise I’m not going to keep talking about how we’re all sick, even though it’s really hard not to talk about it because that’s the only thing happening in...
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Lucy is sick again. We’re all sick. We’ve never stopped being sick. The preschool is still operational and it needs to be condemned. All children need to be kept inside...
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I had this feeling recently. It was fleeting, but impactful – and there was a huge shift in how I perceived my circumstances, my goals and daily dramas. A woman’s...
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I find that on every weight loss journey I’ve embarked on, it’s a moral imperative to share my success blueprint to anyone who will listen after I lose the first...
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“Cherish every moment, it goes by so fast.” Not fast enough, honestly. It’s a sweet and well meaning turn of phrase, but it stresses some of us out a little....
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Years ago I was on my way to Los Angeles. I flew Southwest, and I scored a great seat up front. A woman was in the aisle, I was at...
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One of our favorite stories in our family is when my niece was in Awana and all the kids stood in a circle and were asked to share their name...
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I thought I had a problem explaining private parts to my children (see previous post), but as it turns out – I have a hard time pretty much explaining anything...
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