Life is too short, let's enjoy the moments of love and try to overcome the heartaches with a smile, because there will be heartaches and lots of them. It isn't that we should ignore these troubles, but we need to remember that everything shall pass.
Sometimes we go through life searching and never quite knowing what we are searching for - sometimes it's a career change, our purpose in life, and sometimes we find ourselves searching for a friend. And just when we least expect it, an amazing thoughtful person is sent our way. Someone who doesn't take advantage of [...]
There's something very telling about a person and how they drink their coffee. As a mother, I survive on many cups of coffee, but that wasn't brought about by motherhood. I was an avid coffee drinker before children. I'd have to say that my coffee taste has changed from a light blend of coffee with [...]
If you are looking for a great children's book for the start of summer vacation - I recommend The Happy Jar, written by Jake Frost. I always love a children's book that draws our little people into a deeper understanding of life and The Happy Jar is just that - a book about family and the [...]
The past year has been a continue stream of transitions for our family. From the decision to prepare our house to sell last spring to now being in the final stages of building, it has been a total whirlwind. I am grateful for the many, many ups and several downs (as every situation is a [...]
I found my vocation to motherhood along a rather winding road, but looking back, it was most definitely Divine Providence. God has his plan and sometimes it's better not to get in his way. Looking back, I am grateful that I accepted this calling. Over the past eight years of struggling and laughing through my [...]
I have to admit that over the years cooking has become a form of relaxation for me. I'm not going to pretend that every night I am bursting with energy to prepare dinner for our family of six, but looking back over the past ten years, cooking has become pure pleasure for me. There's something [...]