I have still been writing faithfully everyday, so no fear out there all you readers (wink, wink, hey, mom). I’ve been writing more quick snippets on Instagram as summer doesn’t lend tons of time to lots of laptop writing. But that’s ok. I love spending it with my kids. I woke up at 5:15 AM… Continue reading Wrestling with God
I’m writing along with five minute Friday and you can too! Every time I can’t sleep (which isn’t super often) I say a prayer in my mind. I lost all the blessings I can think of. And it helps me fall asleep. I just start with whatever and just let my brain go. green grass… Continue reading Blessings (5 minute prompt)
I love you “other mother Monday’s” but wow, summer. Any of you other moms out there think: This is the summer! well have a plan and keep it! will spend all the quality and quantity time! we’ll make homemade ice cream and snuggle and catch frogs. Our first summer day has been great. Better than… Continue reading Lazy days?
There is nothing like the exhaustion after a summer’s day. That bone weary, eye drooping, slightly sun burnt nose With a sprinkle of freckles across the nose. Ice cream melting from a cone onto fingers That are sticky and sweet. A campfire roast with marshmallows on fire And smoke blowing every which way Causing campfire… Continue reading Ode to Summer
Other Five Minute Fridays I’ll admit when I saw “future” as today’s word, I was like, “I have written about this a million times.” Which I have. But today when I was going through my soon to be middle schoolers back pack and surrounded by all my kid’s school projects and pictures, I got a… Continue reading Five Minute Friday: Future
Here I am, tired and not wanting to write. But here we go! Today I saw the sweetest old lady at Aldi (best store, amiright?). There was quite the long line and people were annoyed and she just stood there smiling. She had a cute little pixie gray haircut and looked totally relaxed. I thought,… Continue reading Killing Time
Today is Wednesday but in true “Write it out” fashion, I’m writing about what I want to write about. And that is 5K4RJ. My brother in law, Jordan created this 5K in honor of his brother, Ryan, who passed away from at stroke at age 30. He started it last year and it has grown… Continue reading 5K4RJ