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We’ve all had those times…sometimes you see ’em coming, sometimes you don’t. You’re in line at the grocery store and you’re tired and stressed and have a ton of stuff still left to do and the line is long and… You get to the cashier and she’s as smart alecky and un-helpful as they come. […]

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Book Review – “The Princess and the Kiss”

In an age where morality is mocked and “anything goes” is the mantra that’s shouted to our children from every available media source, The Princess and the Kiss offers a wonderfully refreshing change of pace. In this beautifully illustrated book, Jennie Bishop tells the enchanting story of  a princess who is given a precious gift at the […]

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Who Am I?

A young friend of mine recently posed the following question on Facebook: “How is ‘what’ you are separate from ‘who’ you are?… Are they two different things? Or the same thing?” Pretty deep stuff, if you ask me. And she did. I responded with this: “I think that ‘who’ I am is different than ‘what’ […]

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The Impossibility of “Me” Time

“Me” time.  Quiet time.  R&R.  My happy place. Whatever you call it…I ain’t gettin’ it these days. But rather than try to force it to happen, I uncharacteristically tried to start analyzing just why it’s so hard for me to get the rest and time-away-from that I know I need.  And, not in any order […]

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Fall Bucket List

Despite the fact that it’s still hotter than the devil’s toenails in South Georgia, the calendar says that autumn arrived yesterday! I have my Fall Bucket List in hand and can’t wait to start checkin’ things off. I’ve never made a bucket list before, so I’m pretty excited! I combined some of our favorite fall […]

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Honoring husbands

It’s been both an honor and a blast to be a part of WFXL’s Mother Knows Best crew over the past few months.  I’ve come to know an amazing group of women with whom I’ve shared lots of laughs and  who have taught me so much. In this episode,  local blogger and up-and-coming motivational speaker […]

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From Fear to Flight

How many times in your life have you had a wild thought about a project or activity or career or invention or…but never moved ahead on it?  Now think about what might have been going on in your head at that time.  What thoughts were swirling around as you daydreamed? For a few years after […]

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Frugal Friday Fail!

My propensity for procrastination has unfortunately resulted in today’s post being a chronicle of failure. Here’s how the events unfolded… Earlier this week I was looking for fun, frugal craft ideas for my daughter, Sarah. I stumbled upon loads of recipes for homemade bouncy balls. Homemade bouncy balls?! Who knew we could make those things […]

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Frazzled much?

Moms are notorious for multi-tasking, are we not? It’s what we do. When a skinned-knee little one needs a snuggle while two older kids are throwin’ down like professional wrestlers in another room, we can croon, “There, there now. It’ll be all right.” while at the same time yelling, “I’mmon count to 3 and you […]

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