Pain & Special Parenting

This is the day that I officially declare it: I am so very much unlike my God, our Lord and Savior. Honestly, I’ve been a rock star mama for the longest time. I’m not passing along hurts or pains (that I’m aware of). And in […]

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Impact, Part II

So what’s next? How do I teach you the simplicity of choice versus chance in a world driven by a wait-and-see-approach? Our thoughts, become our actions, become our world. And this world is a place that we have the opportunity to make an impact in. […]

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Priorities

Dear Mama, Today, I’m writing to the mother who cares for everyone else. I know you. I know you well, because I’ve been you. And in case you’re in the midst of scrubbing endless dishes, and floors, and bottoms… and no one has said this […]

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Who Am I?

I’ve been working on reintroducing myself to the world through my blog, and I thought that this would be a good place to continue along… No recipe today. Just sharing the adventure. “What we do for ourselves, we do for everyone.” – Carol Adrienne Five years […]

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Love in Action

I have shared many pieces of my adventure with you all. But today – I want to dig a little deeper. I want to take you my mothering and my living – a space that leans upon something and someone so much bigger than me […]

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The Summer of Self-Love

Last week, after watching a YouTube video by the inspiring Tony Robbins, I realized two things: 1. The day before might have been the first time in the history of my life that I had prayed specifically for myself; and 2. Everything – your entire […]

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Success

“The first step toward success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself.” –Mark Caine (I will NOT be held captive.) Do you ever have times where your mind just rambles off into a direction […]

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Flock Life

Some days, I wonder: What does “living in pain” mean to the general population – those who are not living with it? My own fear of what others would think kept me from writing about this adventure in chronic autoimmune disease for a few years now. […]

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