An Attitude of Gratitude

You guys. I have been silent, writing behind the scenes but afraid to publish what I’m going through. I’m reading, searching, exploring, and my God is blowing my mind. There is so much more out there that I’ve always felt pulled toward but when society told me to shut it down, I did, like a…Read more »

Red, White and You Blog Hop

I am very excited to participate in my first blog hop, courtesy of Kate’s Crafty Closet. I “met” the owner on Periscope–Tony, who makes the most gorgeous cards. More importantly, Dillon (my 7 year old) was able to watch a guy crafting and realized crafting is not just for girls. He instantly fell in love…Read more »

Rainy Days & Mondays

I stumbled on the Carpenters (I’m realizing I like my parents’ generation of music–Journey (so deliciously cheesy!) to Tom Petty (I feel like he just gets me) to now the Carpenters. I woke up this morning to a rainy Monday morning. This wonderful weekend flew by and I almost felt like I had a mild…Read more »

Beautiful, Messy Life

Last weekend was a busy one with the Kid’s Fishing Day Saturday morning, our neighbor/Dillon’s classmate’s Colton’s birthday party at the Children’s Museum Saturday afternoon, church Saturday evening, and then a start of summer BBQ at Dillon’s school. I knew Dillon was tired but I didn’t want to not go to the small BBQ and…Read more »

A Mother’s Heart

My mom always says growing older is not for the faint of heart, but I’m realizing being a mom isn’t either. It has a way of revealing my insecurities and doubts, magnifying my shortcomings, and encouraging me to be a better person. Dillon is getting older, and with that more independence. He struggles with containing…Read more »