Measuring Motherhood

Measuring Motherhood

I remember years ago when my girls were younger… Whether she has two or ten children, a mother’s life is full.   I recall a particular day where, when evening came, I was pretty exhausted. I began to write a quick synopsis of the day in my journal, and as I...
Emergency Preparedness Tip: Store Water

Emergency Preparedness Tip: Store Water

I’ve been working on becoming prepared for a variety of contingencies. After all, the world we live in is not very stable. Unrest can happen at a moment’s notice — think of Hurricane Katrina. Thus, as a wife and mother, I want to make sure I am a provident...
Leave Your Mark For Good

Leave Your Mark For Good

Have you joined the exclusive group of those included in my journal?   “What are you talking about? I don’t even know you,” or something like that is what you are probably thinking, or perhaps even said out loud. And I wouldn’t blame you.   With all the...
Teaching Resilience

Teaching Resilience

Panic attacks and anxiety seem to be running rampant in our society—at least in my neck of the woods. More and more we are seeing young adults who don’t have the skills needed to cope in the real world. My heart goes out to them. As a mother, I want to give them all...
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