My Real Life Jim Halpert

I've started to write more about my anxiety, which has introduced a lot more feedback from readers, which I love and appreciate. Recently, my friend Alex asked me the perfect question. How do you handle having that level of anxiety and continue to do all the things you have to do in everyday life? I gave him... Continue Reading →

Everything Hurts and I’m Dying: A Lesson on Thin Air

This is the story of our winter vacation over the past week. It did not go as planned, to say the least. Be prepared to laugh at my pain. The past week, Kent and I went to Snowshoe for a snowboarding trip. Kent knew what he was doing on a snowboard, I knew what one looked like.... Continue Reading →

It Takes A Village

I wanted to do something different for Stella's adoption day photos. I wanted the pictures to tell a bigger story than just the day. You've heard the phrase, "It takes a village" and I truly know what that means now. These photos let our village tell our story. It wasn't just about Stella and I,... Continue Reading →

A Name.

A name. We all have one. It's what identifies us to the world. Usually, it's a name you were given at birth. A name that was picked out because of its sound or passing a family members name down. In extremely rare cases, like this, you get to name the personality. Sassy was born with... Continue Reading →

Share the Love

Ok, so in order to share the love, I'm going to share of the blogs and posts that I love. Any post that can make me actually laugh out loud or become emotionally involved in the story, has my attention. This first blog is one I always look forward to reading. It's not often you... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Coffee

Dear Coffee, Every morning, through sleepy eyes, and an awakened daze, I see you waiting patiently on the counter. I see you waiting to give me that breath of life that transforms me from a sleepy zombie to a high functioning tired mom. I smell you, brewing. It's your way of reassuring me, with that... Continue Reading →

The Little Things

The little things. You hear people talk about how "it's the little things that matter" all the time. But what does that really mean? Since Kent and I have been together, I finally figured out what that means. When you're in a relationship, it's easy to get complacent, comfortable, lazy. You know you love each... Continue Reading →

A Musical Experience

As a 30 something year old mom with a full-time job, I don't go out much. Going out involves having to look presentable to the general public, and most days I'm just really not into that. Down time to me, is when I sit down on the couch, after the tiny human is in bed,... Continue Reading →

Shine

When disaster strikes, we look for the good, we look for the helpers. We need something to make us feel comfort. After the recent hurricanes, there was so much devastation, loss, and heartbreak. There were also extraordinary acts of overwhelming kindness. There were people who drove double digit hours with their boats in tow to... Continue Reading →

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