My Kind of Romantic

Call it getting older or becoming more reasonable in expectations, whatever it may be, my definition of romantic seems to be changing.  Don’t get me wrong.  I still love it when my husband rings the doorbell and stands outside with roses to pick me up for a date even though he was just inside getting … [Read more…]

Pump of Encouragement

The sun peeked out just enough the other day to draw my boys outside with their basketball shoes on.  Christian’s birthday was last week, and his brand new basketball sat quietly to the side yearning for attention or at least some air.  I found our pump, and as I pumped air in, the basketball grew … [Read more…]

Trust or Worry

I want the best for my kids.  I truly do.  I love on them, play with them, feed them, and laugh with them while constantly praying I am doing enough. My kids are resilient. They accept change with no more than a little nervousness with each move to a new city or new house.  I … [Read more…]

A Sport’s Life

My family loves sports.  My husband and my boys are most happy when given the chance to compete.  Any kind of ball will do:  football, basketball, or most recently a snowball.  If it is round and can fly, then we have a game to play.  Football has been a huge part of our lives, so … [Read more…]

Intentionally Knitted

The morning after a big sled day brings sore muscles, extra laundry, and pictures of priceless fun.  My pictures brag on my 4 year-old, Kylie, snowboarding for the first time, Preston crashing his sled into the wall, and our Mimi sledding down a hill with two of her granddaughters.  Unexpected fun delights our hearts more … [Read more…]

I See You!

We are bombarded with information on a daily basis.  Most of the time it goes in one ear and out the other, or does it?  Commercials promoting food leave me feeling hungry and running shoe ads make me want to work out.  Lately I have noticed a few commercials appealing to a deeper part of … [Read more…]