Empty chrysalis Magic once inside you, now A kaleidoscopeRead More Metamorphosis
My spirit, my soul, is the daughter of deity. I’ve known it all my life, singing “I Am a Child of God” and talking about my Divine Nature, it’s the superficial knowledge of a child. Now, as a woman, as I work on my relationship with God, I am bolstered by the grandness of this […]Read More My Inheritance
I had the most wonderful long weekend with my parents. Now that they’re gone I’m having such a hard time getting back into my routine of responsibility and structure. It may be a while before I’ve got a handle of all my day-to-day stuff well enough to blog. So in the meantime, I’ll leave you […]Read More to Bide the Time
You have to choose what kind of parent you want to be, unless you really don’t care what kind of parent you will be. (But I think any reasonable person cares.) This is what I was telling my pregnant friend on Sunday. I told her how I always wanted to be a stay-at-home-mother who’s rarely […]Read More And Paint We Did
I have to go back three years to find a picture of myself that I like. I know that the longer this weight stays on, the harder it will be to take off. I know that. I also know that when I lose this weight I will have more energy and be better able to […]Read More Prioritizing Myself Fifth
It’s Saturday! My Saturday morning lesson had been previously cancelled so I allowed the boys to go downstairs and play quietly while I stole an extra few minutes of sleep. Paul and I re-awoke to Little Red telling Paul that he’d made a list of the things he required: I offered a compromise: breakfast.Read More Plans for … ?
A month ago, while procrastinating the flyers I was supposed to be making for our spring fundraiser, I came up with all sorts of ideas for Boy Blue’s birthday party. If necessity is the mother of invention, then certainly procrastinating one thing is the mother of inspiration elsewhere. Well, it is for me, anyway. It […]Read More One Fish Two Fish Red Fish You Fish