Category Archives: faith

You’ve Got This, Mama

My monthly post for The MOB {Mothers of Boys} Society is up over there.  I wrote about a difficult topic but one that many of us mama’s have or will face.  Would love you to join me there today!

 

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31 Days to Living Well with Chronic Illness- An Introduction

Hi friends! Every year when I join the blogging community in committing to write on one topic every day for 31 days I question my sanity.  And, I say I will never participate again.  And, every year I develop some type of writers amnesia and when God lays a new topic on my heart, IContinue Reading

When Parenting Teens and Young Adults is Hard

Wouldn’t it be nice if our kids could look at the replay of our lives and consider our mistakes a lesson learned on their behalf, thus saving themselves from anguish and heartache? If you read here regularly, you know I write a monthly column for The M.O.B Society, a popular website just for mama’s ofContinue Reading

Worth the Read {volume 8}

I am slowly getting my new groove on here in the Sunshine State.  Time to write, time to read.  It’s a good thing.  So, I’m back with my weekly round-up of blog posts and articles I’ve enjoyed reading. The big things are the little things.  I couldn’t agree with Shauna Niequist’s post more. The momentContinue Reading

Wisdom from a toddler?

It’s been awhile since I’ve been around toddlers, considering that my youngest son is almost 16! Since moving to Florida I’ve been spending lots of quality time with my youngest niece and nephew {almost a year and 3} and my Sweet Pea {who will turn 3 September 1st} is staying with the hubby and IContinue Reading

A God Sized Dream Update

  I will be on a train to Florida in three days. Three days!  A dream that has lay dormant in my heart for YEARS is coming to fruition. When I invited y’all on a God sized dream journey with me this year, I was referring, mostly, to my speaking and teaching aspirations.  While those areContinue Reading

If tomorrow doesn’t come {a God sized dreams post}

  When you send your 3rd graders to school with a kiss and a lunch packed with love, you expect them to return home to you at the end of the day. But sometimes they don’t. When your 8th grader complains of pain in his hip, you expect to give him some ibuprofen and forContinue Reading

12 Things I want you to know about living with Lupus

May is Lupus Awareness Month. I have systemic lupus erythmatosus {SLE or lupus for short}, diagnosed in October 2009. I have friends that live with this disease as well.  Day in and day out, year after year lupus does not go away. I don’t spend a lot of time focusing on lupus and the effectContinue Reading

Sometimes there’s just not a Mother’s Day card that fits

Maybe you stand in the greeting card aisle, putting cards back one by one because you can’t find one that says what you need it to. There isn’t a Hallmark card that says “it’s okay. You did the best you could and I turned out just fine”, now is there? Maybe it’s not that youContinue Reading

Worth the Wait

  Take delight in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4 Have you ever prayed for something for such a long time that you started to wonder if God was listening?   The longer the wait, the shorter my faith. Shame on me. It was 17 years agoContinue Reading