If I could just teleport right now I would be very happy to be somewhere else . Our AC just broke down. Of all the days or seasons. When it’s almost 50degrees outside, the rusty old guy decided to rain on my parade. Literally. Because it’s actually raining inside our house because of the water… Continue reading Summer Holiday Thoughts
As unforgiveness is the mother of resentment, comparison is the thief of joy.
I had a terrible week and the week before. It’s a case of a “burnout” literally. When your brains got fried because of too much heat. And my toddler is trying to be an Eskimo. He spends half of the day standing inside our open fridge thinking it’s a magic genie. How can I blame… Continue reading Mom Burn Out
Sara Donaldson, Harper and Harley Kim Jones, Miss Jones ‘Guess I am a big fan of blacks and whites, simple and classy. When you’re a mom-on-the-go, you only have 15 minutes to get ready. Most of my outfits don’t require ironing. Give me a nice lipstick and a tinted moisturizer and an eyelash curler+… Continue reading Minimalist- Girl Crush – How Motherhood Changed My Style
Originally posted on James R. Neal:
Luke 10:41-42 NRSV “Martha, Martha, you are worried and distracted by many things; there is need of only one thing. Mary has chosen the better part, which will not be taken away from her.” It should be obvious we’re meant to emulate the attentive, peaceful, and adoring Mary, more so than…
Even to yourself.