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Reconciling myself

Have you ever felt like you lost part of yourself somewhere? For years, nurse even though I was the luckiest person in the universe, I had this emptiness that nothing could fill. I would cry because something was missing. I didn’t even know what it was. It’s not the type of emptiness that many Christians […]

Dealing with a Lie

My child is as perfect as children come, but I’ll be the first tell you that today his wings don’t look so big and horns have grown out of the top of his head. The only thing keeping that halo in place today are those horns. My child is far from perfect today, and I’m […]

Taking a step back

By the middle of last week I was on the verge of a break down. That’s what happens when you decide, order even though you are a mother of a three year old, check that you aren’t doing enough. By that point I added hours of study and reading, writing 6 pages of emotionally charged […]

A week in pictures

For this math exercise we did 20 M&Ms. He counted them all together, nurse counted them according to color, subtracted one (ate one), and then counted them all again. I ran through all the possible combinations with him. He really enjoys math time. I love how much he wants to learn! He’s started coloring pictures […]

I’m Making Time for Writing Practice

I’ve been crazy the past few days. Even though my entire family has been dealing with the cold that the little man had, buy cialis I’ve ¬†been pushing myself forward toward NaNoWriMo. Forget sickness. I’m glad for the instruction from people who have written before and are still writing currently. I’ve gone to them for […]

In the shadows?

I’m pretty sure you’ve heard or seen the following phrase many times in your life: Well, case not always. But in the case of my husband and myself, drugstore we have an interesting dynamic going. I love how we are supportive of each other. He always allows me to do what I want and what […]

Pictures from the past week! (Sept. 7-13, 2013)

On the 7th, viagra we went to a party for Ney’s cousin, cheap who turned 16! He’s growing up too quickly, check but then again they all are. The party was along Nantasket Beach. The above picture is Little Man and his younger of the 2 cousins playing in the sand. Every once in a […]

Kindred (Finished)

If there was ever a book that I could not put down and learned so much from, illness but I absolutely hated reading through… Kindred¬†was that book. As many of you know, drugstore I am very much a “feeler”. I’m emotionally sensitive, and I have no problem with putting myself in the shoes of others […]

My reactions to interruptions while reading

A friend of mine shared this with me. It really is a great representation… minus the first frame. First Frame: Not applicable to me, sales because it is never “safe to engage”. Skip to the second. Second Frame: Engage with care, sale but don’t be surprised if you get an eye-roll with great annoyance. Third […]

Booking it!

I have done it again! I have added another book to my already overflowing library of e-books. As of right now my Goodreads account has 6 total books “being read”. I’m only actively reading about 2 or 3 of them. I just finished reading Diana Gabaldon’s story, generic a very short one for her, called […]