Imagine waking up not knowing what just happened, where you are, why you can’t move or talk, perhaps banged and bruised, thoroughly embarrassed, and feeling like you have the worlds worst hangover. Now imagine it 2-4 times in a day, 10-15 days a month. That’s been the life of my daughter since she was 16. … More Seizures Suck
I’m here to be a voice of adoption today, to speak out to the injustice of unloved children, and to ask you how you can help.
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This is the question we must ask ourselves. The answer is, I indeed have prejudices, does that mean I have racism? Maybe. I don’t want to, I want to say “NO, NEVER”, but how will we change, how will the next generation be better than us if we aren’t honest with ourselves? How I wish … More Am I Racist?
40 years…gone, poof, just like that! I’ve been married as long as I haven’t. My kids will all be adults in the next 9 years. It’s all crazy, and it’s all got me thinking about what I hope the next 40 years holds for me. 1. 30, 40, 50, and 60 year anniversary 2. 5 … More 40 goals and dreams for the next 40 years
In this world of Covid-19, I hate the phrase ‘new normal’. We are in a world where toilet paper and hand sanitizer are like gold, where we wear masks everywhere, and the term essential worker exists. None of this is normal. I am not a huge touchy feely person by nature. It’s just not a … More This is not normal
These are the words written on my aromatherapy bath salts. You see I am like the rest of the world right now, in quarantine with my 5 kids all at home doing home school. And I am suddenly somehow a home school teacher. Did I mention that 3 of these kids are teenagers? So I’m … More For Best Results, Breathe Deeply
I have not blogged in a really really really long time. Honestly I have not painted my nails, gone swimming (I like to swim laps at a local pool), or generally done anything for myself in a really long time. To say things have been crazy would be the understatement of the year. Things have … More How I get through a whole lot of life mess.
It’s silly when you think about it, she’s a dog… she’ll move on, but I have 3 kids in my home who’ve all experienced this same thing more than once. … More Today’s rantings, ramblings, and thoughts on adoption.
I wrote a blog about 3 years ago titled My Southern Ways, that has become one of my most popular blogs to date. Mainly because I think we southerners are fascinating. Southern women especially, we are classically elegant, fiercely strong, and full of charming hospitality. So here are the 10 lessons I hope I’ve imparted … More How to be a southern woman
That’s how I feel about back to school. I’m truly giddy. Like a kid waiting for Christmas morning, staring at the wrapped packages, counting down the days… this is me, staring at book bags and lunchboxes. I can hardly stand it I’m so excited! Don’t get me wrong, I’m also sending my oldest off to … More Like a child in wild anticipation…