Tag Archives: motherhood

I’m the one

I’m the one who gets to hear their hearts, share their joys, carry their sorrows. I’m the one who gets to say “good-morning” and “goodnight,” with a kiss and a hug. I’m the one who has the privilege of praying … Continue reading

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Becoming the mom I want to be…

Believe it or not after 24 years of “mothering” I still haven’t fully arrived! It’s an on-going, ever-changing job – this motherhood business. Mostly because our children keep changing. There were the baby & early years where it was all … Continue reading

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Me, a Professional?

Plugging away at my new office job has granted me a new respect for the 9-5 workforce. There’s much to learn and I’m thankful for any help from patient teachers who explain new tasks. I’m learning from their experience. After … Continue reading

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It's Not All About Me

Have you ever heard the saying, “children tie the mother’s feet”? I remember staying home with all my little tikes and can attest to that being truth! Tell me now, when did it happen? In the time my youngest started to grow … Continue reading

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Mountains and Valleys

David loves that I get fired up. He appreciates my enthusiasm and joy. But I can be so disappointed and crushed when discouraging things happen… especially things with our kids. We have been struggling with growing pains in our teens lately. … Continue reading

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