“Every woman who heals herself,
heals her children’s children.”
– Liezel Graham
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Do you live in the land of should? It’s a hazy place, where nothing is clear except your obligations. You never feel quite settled about your next right action, as you are constantly directing your attention to the next need that presents itself. It has not occurred to you that asking yourself what you want […]Continue Reading
I know that I don’t often talk about my husband on the podcast or on social media. He mentioned it to me the other day, that most of my posts are of me and the kids, and I hadn’t thought of it but he is right. Obviously I am writing to and connecting with other […]Continue Reading
February 21, 2018
Last week we had an epic (for the South) snowstorm here in Nashville, with the kids off the duration of the week. The whole experience had me thinking a great deal about time. Not in the philosophical sense, but in the practical, every day, moment-to-moment ways that we spend it, plan for it, and place […]Continue Reading
November 6, 2017
In the middle of the night several years ago while I was nursing my newborn daughter, I had a thought hit me like a ton of bricks. It happened to be one of those marathon nights when sleep had eluded me, thanks to my growing and very hungry little girl. I had to work the […]Continue Reading
October 28, 2017
I took a vacation last week. Not just any vacation, mind you. A girls trip. The first one I have taken, well ever really. At least since my kids were born. And do you know what? It was an absolute game changer for me. Ever since my oldest daughter started kindergarten, I have felt myself […]Continue Reading
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