Wisdom at Forty-Two

I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t know everything. I don’t know close to everything. I do know some things though… for instance, my son asked for Alka Seltzer to ease… Continue reading

That Crazy Church Lady

For a long time, I’ve been afraid to come across too aggressive or make people uncomfortable by sharing my faith. As I’ve gotten older, I like confrontation less and less. I just want… Continue reading

Eating and Voting

Thru trial and error, I have figured out some foods to avoid in order to feel my best self. I’m not allergic to anything (other than invasive procedures which cause me to lose… Continue reading

Intentionality

Nice picture, eh? Guess what I just got done doing. WOW… some of y’all need to clean that mind of yours. I just got done getting a massage. My massage therapist is amazing.… Continue reading

Grief Like a Gut Punch

It’s crazy how missing my dad lives in my background emotions, until I see Julia Roberts and George Clooney on the big screen dancing like the biggest dorks of the century. And it’s… Continue reading

Superhero and Zombie Days

You know those days when you are ON. Moving fast, efficient… like a Mommy Superhero. Unloading the dishwasher while negotiating your cable contract with the Xfinity rep from Indonesia. Making your grocery list… Continue reading

More Than Mental Notes

I have Fall vegetable seeds to plant, but have yet to pull the spent Spring plants out of the ground. I am leading a Bible study and lately, I’ve been doing all five… Continue reading

Out of Control

I’m living out of control. Such good practice for me. Usually, Christmas decorating happens on Black Friday. The decorations go up. The 15+ totes go back in the attic. Wam Bam done. Scheduled.… Continue reading

Ignore the Handrail

This last weekend couldn’t have been much better. My happy place is the beach and it is there that I found myself with my favorite person, for three days. Jesse and I fished… Continue reading

Staying in the Moment

Have you ever driven across town to a familiar destination and when you arrived, you realized you were on autopilot and really don’t even remember driving? How many times have you said things… Continue reading