The greatness of being a mother

There have been many titles I have been given over the years. But none mean more to me than Mother. Mother is the crown on my head. It is my most sacred duty. It is my purpose when I wake up in the morning. It is my charge throughout the day, and as I kissContinue reading “The greatness of being a mother”

What if I can't?

Have you ever had that goal that you dreamed of and worked hard towards? Have you ever had a goal that made you feel alive when you were pursuing it? Have you ever had that belief that you could accomplish anything if you set your mind to it and worked relentlessly on it? I have.Continue reading “What if I can't?”

Ten years a mother!

Ten years ago I became a mother for the first time. Ten years ago life as I knew it turned upside down and inside out and then flipped a few more times when we welcomed our first daughter home from the hospital.  I was thrust into a new role.  Nothing was the same. Life tookContinue reading “Ten years a mother!”

What anchors you?

“We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.” Hebrews 6:19 What anchors you? One thing is certain, we need an anchor. Life is so uncertain.  One moment life is figured out and definite; the next moment you are stumbling in the dark. What is your anchor? I have lived myContinue reading “What anchors you?”

The struggle with contentment

Over a year ago I was having a conversation with a friend while we were walking.  We were talking about a certain fashion label and how much we loved their jackets.  Our conversation ended up with us both admitting that no matter how much we had, we always want more.  We were talking about wantingContinue reading “The struggle with contentment”

A Broken Mother’s Day

A Broken Mother’s Day To all the women who experience this day hurting and broken and alone. To all the women who parent alone with an absent spouse and carry all the weight of raising your children by yourself. To the single mothers who day in and day out get out of bed and serveContinue reading “A Broken Mother’s Day”