Monthly Archives: May 2019


My Dear Preschooler
Pinterest0TwitterFacebook0Hats Off! Today, my daughter graduates from her first year of preschool. The past year was difficult for all of us. She had to deal with my physical therapy appointments and counseling while I was relatively unstable. Maybe she didn’t notice much, but I certainly felt my patience shrink as […]

My Dear Preschooler


My Sour Soil
Pinterest0TwitterFacebook0Bitterness Recently, I learned about the way flowers become a certain color. I had always assumed (due to my “black thumb” as I call it) that flowers were assigned a certain color through their DNA. While there are flowers that will always stay one color, there are also flowers that […]

My Sour Soil



Lonely and Bitter
Pinterest0TwitterFacebook0Alone This past week, my husband has been out of town to be trained into a higher level mechanic. As a stay at home mom, I had to handle everything for the home, my two non-school-aged children, and cook every meal. The week leading up to this jump in responsibilities […]

Lonely and Bitter