Due to the fact that the stomach flu has been making the rounds in my house (boooo!), I'm a little behind in my writing. So the next part of the "Once Upon a Summer" series will be posted next week. My apologies for the delay. In the meantime, if you've missed any of the installments … Continue reading A Short Break
Hi all! I started a separate blog for all of my artsy and crafty endeavours. It just seemed to make more sense than posting them here. So if you have a chance, check out "Pearls and Spice". There, you can see what else this eclectic mama has been up to in her bucketloads of free … Continue reading Pearls and Spice
Today marks exactly one year of the blog. What a year! What a journey! As I look back over the last twelve months, I am awestruck at what God can do in such a short period of time. I started this blog because the Holy Spirit issued two challenges to me: to be more transparent … Continue reading Happy Blog-iversary!
Mother's Day. What a special day! I never knew how much my mother sacrificed on a day-to-day basis until I had my own kids. Night-time feedings when she desperately needed to sleep. Countless dirty diapers to change. Endless cleaning to do. Meals to cook. Shoelaces to tie. Boo-boos to kiss. Tears to wipe. Little voices … Continue reading For My Mom
The lovely ladies at motivatedmoms.com have e-mailed out a special coupon code for me share on the blog. During the checkout process, enter the coupon code MOTHER in order to receive $3 off! It is valid May 13th only. Awesome!!! The app will also be on sale in the itunes store. Happy Mother's Day! Related … Continue reading Mother’s Day Special: $3 Off Motivated Moms Calendar
I read an article yesterday about the loaves and fishes, and it reminded me of the post I wrote back in January. I'm reblogging it because I need the reminder. =)
When I first sat down to write a post about the price of destiny, I had a hard time finding the right words. I quickly realized the issue. I’ve never had to pay much of a price for my faith because, for years, I was content with the status quo. There were areas in my … Continue reading A Price to Pay