One night this week I was overcome with anxiety. Getting in my car seemed a little dramatic so I left the baby with my husband and ran downstairs to the garage. A room I particularly loathe due to the abundance of camel crickets and lawn equipment. I crouched down and held onto the side of… Continue reading How You Can Support Foster Families
'The more you practice the art of thankfulness, the more you have to be thankful for." - Norman Vincent Peale When I think about what I am most thankful for, it's never anything I own. It's always my family and friends. The people we do life with. The ones who get you through the hard… Continue reading Why am I Thankful?
Thanksgiving meals can be both fun, joyeous and somewhat predictable. We all come prepared to answer the lovable questions of “what are you up to now? How is school? What are your plans?” These questions are sweet and asked out of politeness and curiosity and while some of us may jump at the opportunity to… Continue reading 11 Topics for your Thanksgiving Meal
December 8th is a very important event in our family’s life. Our fifth and last daughter is getting married. It was kind of funny that my husband's concern about having five girls wasn’t how to provide for their education or the extra curricula activities or even all the sets of braces they needed, but the weddings! He saw dollar signs at the… Continue reading My Fifth Wedding
Dr. David Weeks, the neuropsychologist from the Royal Edinburg Hospital conducted a study that showed genetics were only 25% responsible for how young we look and feel and that the rest is linked to behavior. So what is the magic formula, the well kept beauty secret that will restore youth and luster to our lives?