The Day She Prayed for a Brother

Dear reader, if you find yourself new to this place, I welcome you. I am currently revisiting and sharing from the archives of past written blog posts while I work through a season of grief. I long to share more in the near future, but for now, I am traveling slowly through the peaks andContinue reading “The Day She Prayed for a Brother”

Motherhood Memories: You Can’t Hide Yer Lyin’ Eyes (Or Hair Color)

I’m continuing to share some of the posts previously written in the years I was blessed – and sometimes stressed, as I navigated the bumpyroads of motherhood. This looking back and remembering is somehow keeping me during this time following my daughter’s death. How it pains me to write those words. Yet, I continue toContinue reading “Motherhood Memories: You Can’t Hide Yer Lyin’ Eyes (Or Hair Color)”

Ironing Not Required or The Me I Long To Be

  I stand before twenty-two of my husband’s  button down, collared shirts this morning and am considering taking on a task I have long avoided. As a self-confessed domestically challenged diva I wholeheartedly embrace reality. But reality is, I love my man, and certainly want to be a blessing…maybe even do the thing I despiseContinue reading “Ironing Not Required or The Me I Long To Be”

Journaling Through Adversity

  If God asks that you bend, bend and do not complain. He is making you more flexible, and for this be thankful. ~Terri Guillemets   Welcome! Today, I am extending an invitation of sorts. A few moments with your pen, paper and quietness as it finds you. Grab your journal, scrap paper or whateverContinue reading “Journaling Through Adversity”