You Are Lucky.


I was reading this article the other day, Don’t Tell Me How Lucky I am to Have a Good Husband, Continue reading “You Are Lucky.”

Mother’s Day.

2017-03-18 10.45.13I remember every single Mother’s Day that I was not a mom. In fact, I remember sitting in church one particular Sunday when they recognized all the mothers in church that day and I sat there crying, wondering when it was going to be my turn to be a mom. If this is you at this moment, know I think of you often. I remember the moments I questioned God’s plan for my life. I remember the moments wondering when it was going to be MY turn, our turn. I remember the moments of seeing pregnant bellies at every turn. I remember the moments of getting yet another baby shower invite in the mail. I remember them all. Becoming a mom did not erase them from my memory, they may be further back in my memory but they are still there. Continue reading “Mother’s Day.”



Oh snap. I never in my life thought I would be considered a writer. In fact, I don’t even know how I passed English class in high school! I did, however, take a creative writing class with Mr. Foster in high school. I loved it. I love expressing my feelings through writing. He always told me I was a good writer but I never thought I was. Maybe it was because I was in high school or maybe it was because I had very little self esteem back then. But then my husband pushed me outside of my comfort zone and encouraged me to start this blog. Continue reading “Writer.”

11 Years.

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I can’t believe we have been married for eleven years! This last weekend we celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary.  And if you know anything about me, you know that I love running. And what a better way to celebrate our anniversary than all THREE of us running a race!! JJ and I ran a 5k and Jackson ran a ¼ mile!   Continue reading “11 Years.”

Leaving it All Behind


As a follow up to my post last week, I first wanted to say thank you. Thank you for all of your positive messages and encouragement. It has been so awesome to have such a positive response to such a life changing decision. Someone said, “it isn’t always easy doing the right thing.” You are right, it sure isn’t. In fact, not too long ago at work, I was looking out the window over the city and realized, I am leaving all of this behind. Not that I am really sad to leave the city, in fact, I can’t stand being in the city and am looking forward to going back to where things are a little slower paced!! But it is still hard to “leave” what you have known as home for so long. Continue reading “Leaving it All Behind”