Blueberry pie. Clearly, this is not a homemade pie. In fact, it's a 'I give up' pie. What's even better? I'm the one who ate the only missing piece and I didn't even want pie. Today started off pretty good, with morning mommy cuddles in bed. But, then, the tantrums started. My toddler threw a… Continue reading Pie and Grace: Life Lessons in Quarantine
I made one of the best purchase recently. I found latex-free multi-purpose reusable cleaning gloves. This may seem like a silly or non exciting purchase, but let me explain why it is so important to me. See these hands? They are worn and withered. They are broken, bloody, and rough like leather. They aren't pretty… Continue reading A Pair of Gloves is One of the Best Purchases I’ve Made
Do you have control issues? I know I do, especially when it comes to things done around the house. If we had a dishwasher, I'd want my husband to load it a certain way. I have to trust that he would so it 'right.' But, we don't, so I have a never ending pile of… Continue reading Chores, Control, & Toddlers: Learning to Trust God in the Process
I've recently gotten into a new hobby. Have you ever heard of Bible Journaling? It is somewhat like scrapbooking , but in your bible. I have noticed that as I have taken on the responsibility of not only being a SAHM, but also a stay at home working mom that I dont give myself enough… Continue reading How to Start Bible Journaling
We, as Christians, know that those relics, while so extremely important to mark our faith in history, do not define our faith. That cannot be taken. When 9/11 happened, so many lives and souls were lost. Men and women who did not have a relationship with Jesus.
Today is my birthday. As I look at the entirety of my day, with a little less than 2 hours to go, I'm just amazed at what God can do to our hearts in just a short period of time. Just 24 hours ago, I was so concerned about MY day. How I was going… Continue reading Birthdays and Blessings