I don’t remember my mom making macaroni and cheese growing up. I remember her making delicious soup, I remember that Sundays after church we would stop by the bakery and buy fresh Italian bread and dip it in olive oil and balsamic vinegar. And I can remember her letting me hold her cup of coffee… Continue reading The best macaroni and cheese recipe!!
Coke bottle. That’s how some of my high school friends described my body. A coke bottle – All the curves in all the right places. Even then, I didn’t fully believe my body was anything to look at. It wasn’t until after I had children that I missed and appreciated those curves. After having children I started… Continue reading the wife of his youth
If you would’ve asked me a year ago what I thought my biggest struggle was, I would’ve said managing my weight. About six months ago I learned that my struggle has not been my weight. Rather it was lack of loving my self. I struggled being content. I didn’t really embrace the season I was… Continue reading Taking control of how I think
Ever find yourself in a room full of people who you think are more qualified then you? As you look at each one you think about their accomplishments, you see the potential in them and you admire certain qualities they have. I know I’ve been in that room… many times! What about the room full… Continue reading You have something to offer the world
I remember one evening at church a few years ago they asked everyone to ask God if there was a lie they were believing. The room was dead silent. Those of us who were ready to gain freedom from these lies were asked to come forward to receive prayer. I went up and that moment… Continue reading What I believed disqualified me to be a leader
When you imagined your new life with little gems, I bet you pictured them being a spitting image of you or spouse – right? Caring for this newborn was going to be overwhelming yet exciting. Right? It was going to be…. you fill in the blank with what you thought this was going to look like. But… Continue reading I’m finally experiencing peace and confidence like never before.
My husband and I have three daughters aged 9, 7 and 4. It regularly blows my mind how two parents can create three little humans that are so uniquely different from each other. Our 4 year-old is a spitting image of my husband. Her personality is all me! I’m talking about her short fuse, her… Continue reading That’s why I’m her mom