As I sat in the waiting room for my name to be called, I was surrounded by women of all ages, colors, shapes and sizes. We had one thing in common as we waited. We all had on a white robe. It was the great equalizer in that moment. Our background, education, income or address … Continue reading white robes and waiting
This one goes out to all the busy mommas out there that need to slow down for a moment and take a deep breath. If you are like me, you feel like you have been running a race with your arms full trying to not drop something along the way. And, then May is here! … Continue reading Oh, momma!
When my kids were little, I slept with the door open and no fan on. I wanted to hear them if they needed me in the middle of the night. As they have grown into the teen and young adult years, I purchased a fan to drown out the noise of their coming and going … Continue reading in the silence
When I get the gift of spending a few minutes with my little friend, Madison, she teaches me things. Here are a few lessons I learned from little feet: Slow our Steps... Mads (my nickname for her) and I had to stop by the grocery to pick up a handful of things. Normally, I am … Continue reading lessons from little feet
I am a restless sleeper. Always have been. As I get older it has gotten worse, I seem to be awake more than asleep at night. Like many others, when I wake at night it doesn't take long for mind to start turning. To Do Lists. Worries. What Ifs. The more I think, the more … Continue reading sufficient grace
The Simple Life sign. (Referred to in my earlier post "small things, big reminders".) It was a fun find from a downtown Franklin store. Since living a simple life has been a part of our family's DNA since we have been married, we grabbed it. In our early years of marriage, we read two books … Continue reading simple life
Yesterday, I posted a "nice" little blog called "nip the worry". You can read it HERE. God is always teaching me lessons about worry because I am such a worrier. He had shown me clearly how my little worries can direct my path and make me run in fear at times. And, when worries start, to … Continue reading the rest of the story