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My Daughter Knows How to Love Big

My 3 year old, soon to be 4, daughter has the biggest and kindest heart of anyone I have ever met. Those of you who read my blog regularly, or who know me in person, know that she is my only child. She is our blessing and gift and she may end up being the […]

Small Success Thursday: My Amazing Husband

I am a firm believer that women should compliment their husbands in public and voice struggles either in private with their husband or with a trusted friend if counsel is needed. If people hear me griping about my husband constantly it will change their view of him and that is wrong. Not to mention that […]

Small Success Thursday: Lent and School

Today I am going to take a break from my series on sinful anger to participate in CatholicMom.com’s Small Success Thursdays.  I will say that beginning my Lenten series on sinful anger is a small success for this week.  For those of you who have struggled with anger at different periods of your life, I […]

Small Success Thursday: Going Outside of My Comfort Zone

This past week has been a challenge for me in that it required me to go outside of my comfort zone multiple times.  The first was completion of my first graduate level Final test.  Undergraduate was not a challenge for me at all.  I spent a lot of my time bored.  Part of starting my […]

Book Review: Glitter Girl

I recently joined the Book Review Team for CatholicMom.com.  Here is my first review.  It is a teen novel for girls in middle school and older.  Click on the picture below to read my review of Glitter Girl.

Small Success Thursday: Protecting Our Children Edition

It is Small Success Thursday over at CatholicMom.com.  Come share this week’s small successes with us. This week was a travel week for my husband.  Thankfully he is home for a while, but things get a little topsy-turvy when he is on the road.  I managed to actually get some sleep while he was gone. […]

CatholicMom.com Gospel Reflection for Sunday, January 19th, 2014

Happy 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time!  Head on over to CatholicMom.com to see today’s Gospel reflection, written by me.  I hope it helps you to better see Christ and the gift that is the Holy Eucharist.  God bless!