Scrapbooking seems like a thing of the past, printing pictures just isn’t what it used to be, and now all of our favorite moments are simply taking up space on our laptop. If you’re like me, you know that advances in technology aren’t all bad, but how can we keep our memories from getting lost […]
Good morning and welcome to Coffee and Conversation #134! Do you ever wonder if college is really necessary anymore? I don’t think it’s news to anyone over 30 that it’s certainly a different world today than it ever has been. When I was in sight of graduation (back in the dark ages), and even when […]
Feast your eyes on today’s guest post, coming to us from a young photographer who has a special place in my heart. Lots of helpful info, too, sure to improve your own skills when you take your next family vacation. Documenting our family travels is one of my favorite things! It’s always sad coming home […]
Note: I LOVE capturing special moments with my kiddos and other family members on those increasingly rare occasions that we can be together. And blurry pictures, cut-off body parts (on the photo, of course) or even worse, totally missed moments, make me sad 🙁 Trista’s post today, and others coming this week, will help you take better […]
As they age, women are especially susceptible to bone loss. But new research shows that it might be effectively prevented — at low cost and without the risk of side effects that come with some medicines. To simulate the condition of menopause, researchers at Emory University School of Medicine and Georgia State University used female […]
Good morning and welcome to Coffee and Conversation #133!
Every year, the third Monday in February is set aside to celebrate Presidents’ Day. Originally celebrated as Washington’s Birthday (and it still is by the Federal Government!), since the Uniform Monday Holidays Act of 1971 it has been broadened to include a recognition and celebration of all US Presidents. Moms, that gives you a week to […]
One thing you may not know about me is that in college I studied Music Therapy. I’ve loved music since as long as I can remember… As a matter of fact, if I ever wrote an autobiography it would have to be an audio-book, because so many of my memories are connected to songs and […]
The concept of mentoring is often focused on mentoring youth, And while it is admittedly an important and somewhat neglected activity in our society, a terrific sermon I heard awhile back on the concept of discipleship got me to thinking about “us women.” Many years ago, as a young wife and mother, I sought out some older Christian […]
Good morning and welcome to Coffee and Conversation #132!