I have to tell y’all, I don’t even feel bad about this confession. I can. not. wait. to get out of my house for an entire weekend on March 15! The best friend and I are doing our annual beach trip and while it’s not looking to be ideal beach weather this year, WHO . . . → Read More: Mommy Confessions: Get me outta here
I love being a Mama. I mean, as cliche as this is, it has truly been a blessing. Motherhood came at the “wrong” time, as far as I was concerned. However, God has His own plan and I know now that Nick’s birth was certainly part of that plan. Not a day . . . → Read More: Mommy Confessions: Sometimes, I don’t wanna
I have the most foul mouth. I just do. It’s funny, because when I was a kid and on into my teen years, I hated cursing. I didn’t feel comfortable doing it and got uncomfortable when others did it – well, anything more than a “hell” or “damn.” My potty . . . → Read More: Mommy Confessions: Pottymouth
Every year, tweets and Facebook statuses flood in, full of the thoughts and observations of anxious teachers and students.
Every year, I browse the store aisles full of fresh notebooks and colorful pens. I reach out and run my fingertips along rows of Sharpies and breathe in the scent of new Crayolas.
Every . . . → Read More: Every year
…to do as little work as possible some days.
…to want a space just for myself.
…that I have had Coke every day, for several days in a row.
…that I am using my sinus infection as an excuse to drink Coke and not exercise.
…to roll my eyes every time I answer the . . . → Read More: It’s OK…
Blogland is full of Supermoms. You probably have a few at your church, workplace, or in your family as well. You know the one. She wears her Lilly Pulitzer, is present at every soccer and t-ball game and still doesn’t manage to miss a ballet recital or Mother-Daughter Tea. She is always dressed to . . . → Read More: Mama Confessions
Well, if we’re talking about physical characteristics, I get compliments about my dimples the most. You can see my puffy smiling cheeks from a mile away and with my deep dimple having a mole in the center, I get a lot of remarks. Honestly, it gets a little old. I never get tired . . . → Read More: 30 Days of Truth, Day 11: Something people seem to compliment you the most on
I gotta be honest, I don’t get this. If people don’t need to be in my life or I wish I didn’t know them, well… they aren’t in my life. I don’t hang onto toxic people. So really, that’s all I have to say about that.
I have spent the last two days thinking off and on about this post. The problem is that I instantly thought of several people. Over the last few years, a lot of people sort of faded out of my life. For most of those friendships, nothing in particular happened. Things just sort of . . . → Read More: 30 Days of Truth, Day 9: Someone you didn’t want to let go, but just drifted
I have been treated well by most people my whole life. I realize that makes me lucky. For the majority of my boyfriend years, I was treated like gold and I realize that puts me in the minority. Right in the middle of my dating years though, I had one very rough year. A . . . → Read More: 30 Days of Truth, Day 8: Someone who made your life like hell, or treated you like shit