Category: a mother’s heart

All Because of a Hairclip

Some people com into our lives and quickly go. Others stay awhile, leaving footprints on our hearts and we are never ever the same.                     On October 15, I became a consultant. What I didn’t know, is I’d found my...

Becoming a WaveMaker

In 2019, I started doing live videos on Facebook. I completed three separate 14-day challenges to go live every day for two weeks. My consistency outside of the challenges wavered at times, but not ever to the point I stopped doing them. At some point in the year, I...

Make a Good Middle

August means back to school. In some ways, August brings fresh resolve to explore new opportunities and improve on the previous school year. Yes, even for homeschoolers. August is a new beginning, a time to learn new things while building on old lessons. All of this culminates in preparing...

Have a Do Nothing Day

Happy National Solitaire Day!  Did you know that the traditional game of “Klondike” solitaire has been around for over 200 years? The age of technology certainly increased its popularity. Microsoft first included this game with Windows 3.0 in 1998 – in order to help people learn to operate the...

Hide and Seek

  Finding something usually first requires looking for it. Occasionally, in my life as a stay-at-home mom, I find things without actively searching for them; they just “happen” to be in my path. Other times, I find something for my children (or husband) within seconds of looking (or by...

On this Day

The on this day memory you do not see in my news feed The on this day that lives in the corners of my memories every day The on this day that changed me in unexplainable ways For on this day a piece my heart died   This day,...

In His Presence

I left home this morning (for a vendor event). When I arrived home, the supper I started in the crockpot along with the side items for which I left instructions, smelled and tasted delicious. Bedtime did not go well. Madilynn seems to be experiencing some separation anxiety. After a few...

A new and different kind of Joy.

Our congregation planted a tree in honor of our elder. The children of the church helped pile the dirt over the roots. The grandchildren of our elder watered the soil and (with assistance) lowered the tree into the hole. This was an emotional few minutes. My sweet Madilynn (who...

SQT: Super Mom vs Super Bug

March ticked by slowly in a blur of illness. In between cleaning throw up, blowing noses, busting a vessel in my eye, and losing my voice, I had my best direct sales month ever. We made two trips as well, one for my sister’s birthday and one for Leadership...

When Prayers are Bittersweet

When God answers our prayers, how do we respond? If we pray for the hurting to find rest, are we ready to accept God’s definition over our own? When we pray for people to change for the better, for families to be reunited, but also that children remain safe...