Election Unwind…

Today we cast our ballots after weeks of me staring at those envelopes on our living room table. And why did I wait to the last minute to read the pages of directions, research the nearest voting drop box, check off the intended boxes accurately, and make sure our envelopes were sealed in the correctContinue reading “Election Unwind…”

5 Things I’m Finding Helpful In Pandemic Parenting…

I won’t even fake it… Pandemic parenting isn’t an everyday fun adventure 😐… Don’t get me wrong. I LOVE being a mother. God has gifted me an opportunity to be apart of something so beautiful. But March 13, 2020 changed our lives, routines, and rituals for the long haul. Schools shut down. Simple grocery storeContinue reading “5 Things I’m Finding Helpful In Pandemic Parenting…”

It’s Okay to Dream…

Today’s times and current events may have snuffed the creativity and energy out of many people’s dreams of enjoying life a bit… I was reminded of something wonderful last week as I sat with Jordyn to talk about the upcoming #FallSeason and came to the conclusion that I’m going to have the cup of hotContinue reading “It’s Okay to Dream…”

Just a Little Push…

–Jordyn, my six-year old daughter, rode her bike without training wheels — on the second attempt. I can’t express how ELATED I am as her mom! Jordyn had been insisting on removing her training wheels all summer long. Her dad finally did and they ventured onto the new territory of “big girl” transportation. You canContinue reading “Just a Little Push…”

Deeper Conversations…

I wrote about the impact of Hurricane Isaias yesterday (CLICK HERE) and the discovery of good things amidst a storm, power outage, etc. It’s amazing how God allows us to find beauty among the seemingly “rough “ parts of life. I’m in constant awe… Another thing I discovered or rediscovered rather is the significance ofContinue reading “Deeper Conversations…”

A Perfect Storm…

The weather forecast had been predicting that New Jersey would get hit pretty hard with the trickle down effects of Hurricane Isaias. I’d been putting blinders on and kept on with my normal routines without much consideration for the reports and serious-looking meteorologists. I continued to ignore alerts from our local energy company as theyContinue reading “A Perfect Storm…”