Here I am again, a few years later, sharing my pregnancy story. Once again it is all still so very fresh and tender. Once again my hope is that those who share similar experiences would not feel so alone. I hope I am one more person taking a step to open up this conversation many … Continue reading Losing someone you never knew
I think it is pretty safe to say that (simply put), love matters. When we read the Bible we see that love matters so much to God. Actually, it matters the very most. It is grouped together with faith and hope as being something that remains after all things. Yet it is set apart as being … Continue reading Love > all things
As is fitting with the last few months in particular (not that this is a new thing), I've continued to wrestle through the concepts of equality, oppression, values, and rights. I've thought as a politician, a philosopher, an anthropologist, an American citizen, and as a human being a part of one big world. I naturally … Continue reading A fight for rights.
When I was younger a sort of fearlessness marked my life. At least I would have liked to have thought of myself as a “dare-devil.” The potential for skinned knees never kept me from roller blading or skate boarding (no I was not an Avril Lavigne wanna-be… okay, so maybe I was), the possibility of … Continue reading Part 3: when we are given a gift we are afraid to lose
1. Stop comparing: The reality is, the scales will never be perfectly "even." It is impossible. A marriage is sharing the same load but often carrying different things. It takes time to figure out your different roles and responsibilities; but if your goal is to for everything to be "even" you will end up exhausted, … Continue reading 2 years, 13 lessons
Social Media can serve many good purposes. Thanks to Facebook I now “know” people from High School I would probably only remember by looking through my year book. I am able to keep up with friends I have met in other counties. I can stay connected with friends and family who I rarey get to … Continue reading How much is too much?
For me personally, becoming a mom was different than "becoming" anything else. When I got married I expected to wake up the next morning and "feel" like a wife. I didn't really. Nothing felt all that different. Yet as surreal as it all was, it seems as if the moment the nurses laid Reese on … Continue reading All Mom.