gratefulness, unselfishness, letting God, morning pages, morning ritual,, mornings, Motherhood, Uncategorized

Morning Pages

I'm not a morning person by nature. I'm a two cups of coffee and maybe I'll talk to you kinda person in the morning. Some days it is three cups and a shot of espresso but whose counting... Unless I'm on vacation. Then I can't wait to wake up. I'm like a kid on Christmas… Continue reading Morning Pages

Family Life, Motherhood, soup, wintertime, Uncategorized

Instant Pot Harvest Italian Soup

GSD In the fall and winter when I ask my family for ideas for dinner I usually get back, how about soup? Nothing is as cozy as a steaming bowl of soup at the table on a cold winter night but I don't always have time. Soup in my opinion takes a little effort. When… Continue reading Instant Pot Harvest Italian Soup

Family Life, Motherhood, new year goal

Here’s to a peaceful 2019

"You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you" Isaiah 26:3. This is the verse that helped me survive, grow and become stronger in 2018. It was a crazy year of unknowns, death, disappointments and lots of travel up and down I85. But it was also a… Continue reading Here’s to a peaceful 2019

Homeschool, Motherhood, The Creative Home, Uncategorized

A Brand New Start

August is when my oldest daughter was born. Her birthday came close to when summer vacation was over and school began  again.  The stores were already showcasing the latest backpacks and were overloaded with notebooks, pencils, colorful binders and whatever was needed to help one become prepared for that first day of school. Yesterday my… Continue reading A Brand New Start

Homeschool, Motherhood, The Creative Home, Uncategorized

Your Home, the Imagination Station

I walked into the family room and there-toga and all-stood a Greek goddess. Her subjects were in an elaborate setting in sheet draped tents. They too had raided the linen closet as was apparent with their Greek costumes, and they were clearly her servants as they bowed to her every command. Our living room was… Continue reading Your Home, the Imagination Station