My Story

I’m thirty-something.  I’ve been there, I’ve done that and I’ll keep it up until I don’t find it fun anymore.  Friends and family are what matter most.

I fear for the world today.  People have access to too much of everything and now we don’t know which end is up anymore.  I think we all need to step back from technology, social media and celebrity-ville and realize what’s really truly important.

This changed me:  If you woke up one morning left with all the things you had thanked God for the day before, what would you have left?


7 responses to “My Story

  1. Skimmed some of your posts and I can’t wait to really read through them later (when I’m not supposed to be working heheh). Although I don’t have kiddos yet, I kept reading your posts and nodding my head in agreement with your thoughts/feelings! My best friends husband is deployed right now (she has two kids at home) so I know that must be rough.

    Love your blog though, glad you commented on mine so I could find it! 🙂 Keep writing, it’s so therapeutic!

    • it has been so therapeutic! The writing and exercise has given me a way to release stress. I shoulda listened to people sooner. It’s a great way to ignore the news and be happier around the kids. 🙂

      • Exactly. I started writing a year ago due to my therapists suggestion and haven’t stopped since! It completely stopped my anxiety attacks, amazing. I recently jumped on the workout bandwagon too, woohoo!

        As far as the news goes, I know that can be a bad bad thing when your man is away! We had a scare the other day with my friends husband, all is well though. Hoping your husband stays out of harms way!!

  2. What a grand way to document your journey for your kids. My son-in-law was deployed in Iraq when my granddaughter was born. He’s home now (North Adams, MA where it used to snow a lot!) I’m excitedly anticipating following your adventures. Remember how adorable those babies are after a tubby and fresh jammies next time you want to scream. It works for me. 😉

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