Dearest Friend, I'm not a perfect person. I get anxious. I get frustrated. I swear. I raise my voice sometimes. Some days I feel insecure and some days my ego is the size of Texas. I don't always learn the lesson right away. I don't always get it right the first time. Or even the … Continue reading To My Reader
Perhaps one of my favorite things about children is the magic they find in the mundane. They can find something special and exciting in just about anything. The back-to-school craze has inspired so much hype from the kids and I am thrilled to see them excited about school. My step-daughter, Sadie, has been pumped to … Continue reading Eating Out
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I shared previously that Robert and I had taken the kids to a fun park. We probably played every game and rode every ride that this place had to offer. We left tired, fulfilled, and broke. My son is a very careful child. He always has been. He has to warm up to the idea … Continue reading Harness
I knew a man who served others with passion and smiled with such commitment. The way that he shared with others and the way that he served others you would never guess his story. I certainly did not. LaMonte Armstrong spent 17 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Can you imagine … Continue reading Uphill
There is a woman who just blows me away. She is the most authentic, unapologetically-her-own-kind-of person. She is an insatiable dreamer, a gypsy, a wanderer, and, yet, an anchor. She keeps all of our stories. She tells us our history. She knows where we all came from. She lights the way to where we are … Continue reading Gypsy Soul
Yesterday we had a family outing to Raleigh to participate in a Nerf battle. I was less than excited. I was actually dreading this whole ordeal, but I am a mom and there are 100 things I would rather be doing on any given day that I have to tuck away in the mental folder … Continue reading Nerf War