This book is a personal challenge to me, and that can be intimidating. We can all do with a little stretching every now and then.
God has more planned for me than a food addiction. I have bigger things to do, to ponder, and to consider than what I’m going to eat for dinner.
Quiet felt like a very long personality test, and I don’t necessarily mean this in a negative way.
I would love my husband to plan a surprise weekend away for me. Therefore, I decided to secretly pack a suitcase (not as easy as it sounds) and steal him away.
In addition to my fabulous running mix, here’s the rest of Mama’s gym necessities.
Since I found myself distracted by my beloved fiction novels, I thought I’d give a rundown of what I’m reading. Oh, and I figured I’d give you a list of what George has on his reading agenda as well.
Today, I’ll share a tale of temptation, betrayal, and ultimate bravery. (Cue exciting music!)
Since I’ve now spent three-plus years gallivanting around parks with my offspring, I thought I’d share some park-mama wisdom.
I love giving gifts and acts of service. I love receiving words of affirmation. Do it. Say I’m pretty and hilarious, and I’ll show you how much I love a good, affirming word. Probably by giving you a gift.
We had a great time. The park wasn’t too crowded. The weather was gorgeous. And, thankfully, Magic Kingdom decided not to poison me this time. Maybe Animal Kingdom is just out to get me.
February’s Reading-Challenge pick fits into about three categories for me.
Pillow piles are handy when Mama needs to just lie on the floor.