Life is about choices. Some we regret, some we’re proud of. Some will haunt us for forever. The message: we are what we choose to be. Have you ever wondered what your life would look like had you taken a different path? You know, taken that other job instead of the one you are now … Continue reading Choices
The past six weeks have seemed more like six months to me. My husband and I have been dealing with a lot of personal issues in our home over the past six months or so. So, the news we received on September 25, kind of just added to a stress filled home. I had been … Continue reading A long six weeks
I was not a ‘Daddy’s Girl,’ growing up. Although, I always wished I was. My Father was never in my life to even be a Daddy to me or my older brother. As I look back at old pictures the other morning I tried to find just one picture of just my father and I … Continue reading Not a ‘Daddy’s Girl’ …
The more you have, the more occupied you are. The less you have the more free you are. ~ Mother Theresa Purging can really make you feel good. Purging…you know…getting rid of stuff you don’t need or want anymore. Just going through a pile of papers sitting on your desk that’s been sitting there for … Continue reading Purging… can be freeing
“If you want your children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders.” ~ Abigail Van Buren It’s hard for me to fathom, but my son is graduating from high school in a few months. It seems like only a few years ago my oldest daughter was graduating from high … Continue reading Are we giving our kids enough responsibility?
~ While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about. ~ Angela Schwindt. “Eat your vegetables,” “Finish your milk,” “Clean your room,” “Brush your teeth,” Do your homework.” We as parents are always trying to teach our children certain things about life. But are we … Continue reading What Are We Teaching Our Children?
“That is such a twitable moment, I need to go home and Tweet about that.” Me. “Mom, really, ‘twitable?’ Did you REALLY just say that?” My son said, while he’s laughing at me and my youngest daughter is also laughing at me as well. There is often much laughter within the walls of our … Continue reading The Laughter Within These Walls