And there’s no shame in it.
Michael David Wilson asked six authors which books we read that were outside our comfort zones, and what the end result of that was. Check what Bracken MacLeod, Jessica McHugh, Philip Fracassi, Nik Korpon, JS Breukelaar, and I have to say. You can read the article here.
Mornings are a terror. Getting the kiddos dressed, finding lost shoes, doing a five-year-old’s hair, getting Oldest onto the bus, and dropping the girls off at school usually wears me out. I was on my way home to do some work when I saw this gorgeous rainbow. It was bright. Really bright. It was probably the most defined, colorful rainbow … Read More
Most of you know that my anxiety is through the roof. I make a conscious effort to bring peace and beauty into my home, so I have things to calm me. Like my indoor jungle. Sitting next to a warm bunny. A sweet bowl for my kitty ring. Marsh the Mystery Cat snoozing outside. Small things, all, but things … Read More
We all have those days when we’re charged with creative energy. We’re atomic bombs of energy, split nuclear atoms of joy! These are the days that we call off dinner with friends because we’re writing. We stay up in the middle of the night. We blow through three chapters, call ourselves geniuses, and then drop into bed. Then there are … Read More
It’s been quite the holiday. Deadlines have been fast and furious. Holidays can be difficult for those we love. Life is just, you know, life. But I wanted to try to do small, sweet things the kids would remember fondly. We wrote and mailed letters to Santa. We made “gingerbread” houses out of graham crackers. We had an interactive Nativity. … Read More
This is a wonderful post that I’ve been holding onto for quite a while. My Angry Ginger sent it to me last year. It’s written realistically and with kindness. If this is something that strikes your fancy, know that you’re not alone. There are tons of us who deserve cosmic bonus points simply for getting out of bed some mornings. … Read More
It all started because I didn’t want to freak them out. Which was a good intention, but the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. My littlest is a year and a half old. There should be three of them. They should all be a year and a half old. Most of the time, I look on the bright … Read More
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