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I got a comment from someone recently and he said that he could no longer read the Bible. His reason was that he had cried out, prayed, and the God who was supposed to be near to the brokenhearted was nowhere to be found. I know where he’s coming from. I’m in the same boat. I’m in a state of questioning my faith. Is God even real? Is this Bible
One of the great things about social media, at times, is it can help encourage you in your parenting. Of course, there’s always exceptions to that but overall, you can find it easy to rally support and encouragement when going through hard times. I’ve seen over the last few weeks this happening with parents who are struggling with a hard diagnosis for their children. I’ve seen it happen on a
It surprises me, even with the #metoo and #churchtoo movement, the day and age in which we live, and how far we’ve come as a society, that women still get treated like crap. It amazes me further that it happens in Christianity. It surprises me, but then it doesn’t because I’ve seen it and continue to be witness to it in people who call themselves Christians. Christians Who Hate Women
Homeschool has been my life for the last 12 plus years. I was homeschooled when I was in middle school and told myself I would never do it. But, when my child had some learning difficulties in school, I researched it out and decided to try it. I did homeschool much differently than my Mom did. I was very hands-on for the most part and tried to always direct my
I love when people who barely know me can read me enough to know that I’m damaged goods because I grew up without a father and also that I’m a hater of men. Ugh. Really??? From a person who had no father growing up, I’m not in prison and never done anything remotely criminal. If it wasn’t for my mother who ran our family, I’d be a different story. —
When I got married, I apparently signed my rights away to privacy. Things like showering, getting dressed, and using the toilet are usually not something you need to demand privacy over. But in my house, it’s not common knowledge. My kids know to knock before entering and not to come into my bathroom when it’s in use. My husband grants me some privacy, but he also seems to not care