Monthly Archives: January 2014

intentionally…exhausted

There is so much out there in the world today about living intentionally, mothering intentionally. Being mindful of your thoughts, words, actions, time. I will admit to having hopped on the bandwagon, drinking the pre-verbial kool-aid and trying my best to live my moments with intention. I mean what a great way to be! To […]

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Their Timing; My Terms

What I am learning on this journey of parenting is that parenting teens takes a whole new level of thinking. DUH. It’s like when your child starts to walk, you see your home or stores you shop at in a whole new way. A potential grab and break-fest of sorts. When your children are grade […]

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a lesson on love

In all of my thinking lately and some of the ups and downs, it was Saturday night that it really struck me on how unconditionally loving my children have been toward Miss since she’s come home. You just don’t know what to expect. I mean you have the shiny new penny effect where everyone is […]

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Clarity

As I’ve spent much of my time looking inward, I’ve found all the ways I am failing as a mother. I try hard not to compare myself or my situations, but let’s be honest that really hard NOT to do. I came across a blog post a friend posted. It really struck a chord with […]

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Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and all that jazz

It’s been a bit, I thought I should write. I know some people were worried about me after my last post. Then it worried me that I worried people and well you know. Life’s been difficult the last few weeks, not because of Miss or anything she’s doing because actually she’s doing really well. It’s […]

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