I've rehearsed this phrase a lot here lately. We've known for quite sometime that a move could possibly be in our future. I have pushed it away as long as I possibly could. On Monday, God changed "my" plans. (Haha) It sounds so ridiculous when I actually write it out. One would think by now, … Continue reading Home is where ever I’m with you..
This one has been pending for a while. As badly as I needed to share this, a part of me just doesn't want to. I don't like having to remember. I don't like the feelings it drums up in my heart. But, because tomorrow isn't promised, we must look beyond the now and set our … Continue reading Because tomorrow isn’t promised
Back in July we were out to dinner celebrating a friends birthday. We were waiting at our table when a middle aged woman notified me that my youngest daughter was too small to be sitting in a highchair. (Keep in mind she's 10 months old.) Mmmm. Yea. I'll spare you my thought's on that one. … Continue reading Chin up, mama
Before this world met you, I knew you. I distinctly remember the certain foods that didn't agree with you, and how much you didn't want me to have chicken or queso. I remember the way I could rub my belly and you'd sick out a limb and let me know you where there. I remember … Continue reading To the little girl that made me a mama
We walked out to the truck, smiling and waving goodbye to all of our friends and family. I closed the door of the pickup and as we were leaving the venue, I realized I was never going back home. To the only home I had known for 21 years. I remember glancing over at Matt … Continue reading For better or for…
Did you realize that the people in your "inner circle" play an active roll in not only yourself but also your family? I'd never really given it much thought, until I had children that is. Whether it is your blood relatives, the people that might as well be relatives, your neighbor, or your best friend. … Continue reading Our village.
I can't sleep. I've tried and tried and tonight, I just don't think it's going to happen. Memories from the last two years keep playing in my mind over and over. If you have been following along you will have picked up on the relationship that I have with my two year old. She's my … Continue reading see ya later, alligator.