Mother’s Day Done Right

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So Mother’s Day ended up absolutely lovely around here, and in many unexpected ways. The 5:15 alarm was rather rough after a restless night with the baby. Four of us headed out the door to a baseball tournament 15 minutes late at 7:00 to drive an hour and a half in the fog and rain, […]

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Day in the Life {April 15, 2015}

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I almost deleted this draft that I started exactly a week ago. “What’s the point? Why finish it now, a whole week out?” Those defeating voices in my head are LOUD lately, friends, but I am beating them back with a big ol’ stick. It’s slow, but I will crawl and claw my way back […]

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I’m Alive, and Life is Full

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Well, hello there. There is NO excuse for my absence, and I do apologize. I’m alive! Yes, this is my space, but it’s rude to just up and be silent like that. Silence. What is that again? I haven’t heard it in nearly 12 years and the memory is vague… Between life and oils (it’s […]

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Day in the Life {February 15}

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I went to bed early on Valentine’s Day Night with a bizarre headache. Yes, really. I also went to bed hopeful that I would wake up without the headache because Sunday was to be a big day! Well, as I sat up with my 6:30 alarm, the pounding was there to greet me, and it […]

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Imagination Overwhelm

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I realize this will sound ridiculous to many of you, but one of my stresses as a mom of many in our season of life is plain and simple logistics. (Truthfully, it’s the thinking about ahead of time and getting myself in a tizzy, not the actual DOING THE JOB, which almost always turns out […]

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