The world has slowed down by choice and by force. It’s a scary time of uncertainty and worry. I remember weeks ago as whispers started and the panic buying started grabbing a pack of toilet paper from Costco and two cases of water after seeing a line of people dragging away carts and pallets full.
I’m a week into being dairy free. I’d love to say I’m doing it for my health but right now that’s not my reason. I’m testing this for my son. Honestly I think I would have given up if I was doing it for myself. I would have made an excuse and dipped everything in
I have a to do list a mile long. I have dishes in the sink, laundry in the dryer, and diapers that need to he stuffed. I need to go to the store for groceries. I need supplies to make a shirt with my daughter for her 100th day of school. And if we’re being
A wonderful teacher I had in elementary school made a simple post that made a big impact. Teachers have been like that for me in my life, small lessons with big impact. The gist of the post spoke on how you will never be so loved as you are now, that one day your children
“To have and to hold, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part.” They say you should never stop dating your spouse. We’re five years into our marriage and haven’t leaved near family the past four years so going out for dates doesn’t happen as