What’s fair in life?

“My life is not fair” is the thought that ran across my mind today, Saturday, as my printed would not turn on. As I grumbled that my husband should be home to help me, he should have made sure all of the technology worked in my house before he left me all weekend and that […]

Wood, hay and straw…

I went to bible study Monday night, the question was asked during the lecture: “What is straw, wood and hay in your life?” The question was taken in reference to 1 Corinthians 3:12-15. This passage talks about building our lives on things that can withstand fire. When we are judged at the end of our […]

A week of transition

Well, my last blog talked about how 32 was going to be the year that everything changed. As promised the age of 32 is keeping me on my toes. Good, bad and indifferent. (Okay, not really indifferent, but it sounds good?!)  I had an interview with a local school district for possible opening positions.  In […]

Do you always eat your lunch?

Four kids came to the table (I am watching my older nephews the last two weeks before school starts. They have come each day during the week. I looked at each of them and told them. It’s been a little crazy with the four kids! But I digress) “If you don’t eat your lunch, than […]

Why I kissed Facebook Goodbye…

I ran into a friend at church the other night. The conversation went something like this: Friend:”It feels like you have fallen on the face of the earth.” Me: “Yeah, that’s what happens, when you delete Facebook.”   We then caught up on life and talked. She wasn’t being snarky or mean. but…. Facebook has […]

Now what?!

I turned 32 on July 2nd. I had no idea what to expect in my 32nd year of life. My expectations may have included a couple of half marathons, playing with my kids, etc… Then July hit. I started feeling under the weather. I will spare my readers the details. This not “feeling” well, would […]