Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for him: fret not thyself because of him who prospereth in his way."Psalm 37:7Y'all, I'm not very patient. I tend to want instant results whenever I start a new project. I can hardly wait for paint to dry on the walls before hanging pictures. Once I make a … Continue reading Resting and Waiting as a Mama
After becoming a mother, I became heartbroken over the atrocity of abortion. I really didn't realize the horrific magnitude of tiny lives being snuffed out until I had my own. Each of us are image bearers of God, and all little babies deserve a chance at life.I decided to speak out about it. I started … Continue reading A Traditional Rebel
Slow living used to be such a foreign concept to me. As most moms are, I was busy. We added another child to our home every two or three years, and my days were full. But as time passed by, I started to feel like something was missing. Sure, I spent time with my husband … Continue reading The Beauty of Living Slowly
Yesterday was spent cooking, cleaning, and running errands. I hurried through Tractor Supply, picking up feed, pine shavings, and the cutest "Scramble on Inn" sign for our chicken coop. I raced through Walmart, while grabbing something I needed for my Etsy shop and colored pencils for my son. I transplanted a fig tree, a blackberry … Continue reading I Want to Walk in His Will
As a mom, I usually thought I was pretty prepared for what the world threw at me. But I never expected a pandemic!We are about 7+ months in now, and I feel like I'm bombarded with new questions every day.Should I sign my kids up for violin or not?What to do about birthday dinners?Should we … Continue reading What’s a Mom to do During a Pandemic?