Choices Challenge #4: Making the Choice to BE

Walking around my humble abode and assessing my work load for today was a bit daunting this morning. I literally said, "I feel like the walls are closing in on me." as I stood in my life stricken closet. I stood there wondering how in the world things can be so messy when all I … Continue reading Choices Challenge #4: Making the Choice to BE

Choices Challenge #3: Making the Choice to See the Glass Full

"We can complain because rose bushes have thorns or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses." -Abraham Lincoln On the battle field of motherhood, it can be hard to see the roses when it seems like you have better chances of seeing soiled linen. Your eyes can be so full of dish water, that you can't … Continue reading Choices Challenge #3: Making the Choice to See the Glass Full

Choices Challenge #2: Making the Choice to Speak Life Giving Words

I don't know about you, but I struggled a bit yesterday. I literally had to hold my mouth shut by the end of the day. It may be best for some of us to carry the first challenge for a few more days. For the safety of those we interact with at least. Thank God … Continue reading Choices Challenge #2: Making the Choice to Speak Life Giving Words

Choices Challenge #1: Making the Choice to Be Silent

"Holy Cow!!!" I  screamed as I swayed down the road in a near tornado this morning on my way to Wal-Mart. My heart raced as if i was running a 5k and I was nearing the end of mile one. I was completely consumed with worry as I neared my children to safety and tried … Continue reading Choices Challenge #1: Making the Choice to Be Silent

Yield to the Potter

When I was a little girl, I used to love watching PBS. There was one show on there with a lady doing pottery that I loved. I also loved Bob Ross' show as well but we'll save that for another post. This pottery lady sparked an interest in me for this style of art. I … Continue reading Yield to the Potter

Stop Thinking Like A Mom

It took me some time to think on what I thought this first post should look like. I thought about all these different topics (over thinking them all) and it took a major event to bring me to what's coming up in the next few paragraphs. Major events tend to do things like rock your … Continue reading Stop Thinking Like A Mom