Lockdown

Lockdown

We are deeply grieved by the recent shooting at a Florida high school in which many innocent lives were lost and families were torn apart. As we hug our families tightly, let us remember those who have suffered greatly from this tragedy and for whom life will never be the same. “Code Red. This is […]

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ChoosingLove

Choosing to Love my Husband

I wish I could say that I’m a model wife who loves her husband and who is in love with her husband every day, but I am far from that ideal. Before getting married, I assumed that love for my partner would always come easily. I’m not sure why I thought this since we’re two […]

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Mama Needs Some Sleep

Sometimes I wonder if I’ll ever get a full night’s sleep again. Bedtime at our house is hard. It’s been hard since we had our first child nine years ago. Our son was the baby with colic, who, to my recollection, didn’t sleep through the night for the first time until he was nine months […]

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Newborn baby's hand resting on his father's rough working hands.

When Love Isn’t Romantic

So, a marketing director marries a chicken farmer . . . It’s not the start to some off-color joke. (Or is it?) It’s not the script for the Green Acres reboot. It’s my life. Our life. Eight years ago this month, I met my hard-working He-Man of a husband, Bobby, and life has been down-home country […]

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What do you do? A question some SAHMs dread.

Guilt of a Stay-at-Home Mom

“What does Mommy do?” I heard my husband innocently ask my 4-year-old son as dread washed over me awaiting his response. Such a simple question that I’ve been asked countless times before at cocktail parties and social gatherings. Not so long ago, I would confidently answer, “I’m in marketing.” The conversation would easily continue as […]

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Celebrating Our Heart Hero {American Hearth Month}

In 1963, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a proclamation stating “I, Lyndon B. Johnson, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim the month of February 1964 as American Heart Month.” That section of the proclamation appears near the end. It’s the beginning that takes the wind out of me: “Whereas diseases of the heart […]

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