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
I’m trying to sit down and write but I have to admit, it’s not easy tonight. The kids are sick. They are both crying. My husband is at work. The house is a disaster. And I am tired. Really, really tired. We’ve all been there. Right? It’s the perfect evening to take some of my … Continue reading “Are You Weary?” Why yes. Yes I am.
The auditorium was filled with clusters of balloons—cheerfully bobbing bursts of colour. A band was playing, and people clapped and swayed to the toe-tapping beat. Some were dancing. The atmosphere was one of celebration. This was no ordinary party, however. This was a funeral. Yes, you read that correctly. A funeral. Before her death, the … Continue reading The Cleaning Lady
Then he brought Abram outside and said, “Look up at the sky and count the stars if you think you can count them.” He continued, “This is how many children you will have.” Genesis 15:5 The funny thing about having a rather large mouth that likes to spout off—on its own accord, without the benefit … Continue reading On Being Perpetually Pregnant – Guest Post by Christina D’Angelo