My Epic Adventure: Motherhood!

I used to dream of being a famous songwriter and a New York Times Bestselling Author. Since my little Liam came into the world, my heart and dreams have changed in so many ways. I no longer dream of fame and fortune, I long to see my son reach his God-given potential. Follow his dreams.... Continue Reading →

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The Gift That Keeps on Giving

I absolutely love Christmas - the chatter about Hallmark Christmas movies, beautiful lights that glisten on every street corner, peppermint hot chocolate, children who are giddy and filled with anticipation, tacky Christmas sweaters, and Christmas carols blasting on the radio that speak of peace, joy, and the birth of our Savior that changed everything.  It... Continue Reading →

Surrounded by Hurting Hearts

Cancer patients that are praying for a miracle. Car crashes that claim the life of a teenager with their entire life ahead of them. Unexpected job loss. Children with rare diseases and no treatment. The loss of a first responder that leaves their family completely devastated and numb. A military deployment that takes place during... Continue Reading →

Give Your Spouse The Bigger Piece of Pie

It's amazing how sometimes the smallest acts can teach us the biggest lessons. Have the biggest impact on our lives. Inspire us to reroute our current patterns of thinking. I'm 24 weeks pregnant and one of my current cravings is fresh-out-of-the-oven, leaves-your-mouth-watering, homemade pumpkin pie. 'Tis the season. Admittedly, I recently made two pumpkin pies... Continue Reading →

I Am A Work in Progress 

I'm going to start this post by letting you into the very core of my being. I want to be honest and genuine in what I write. Sometimes that means having to bare some of the cracked parts of one's heart and that is a daunting task, to say the least. My first confession is... Continue Reading →

Untangling The Webs of Regret

I could tell story after story of opportunities I have missed: To have conversations or meetings that I should've had when I knew people were struggling or hurting.  To go out of my way to tell someone I appreciate them, because I knew they were facing a difficult time and could use some extra encouragement. ... Continue Reading →

The Many Smiles of a Toddler

I posted this on the "Mommy Moments" section of my website, check it out here. My two year old has quickly taught me that there are numerous types of toddler smiles: There’s the half smirk that is quickly accompanied by a devilish grin, one that says, “I’m about to do something I know I shouldn’t,... Continue Reading →

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