Tag: mom

Small Changes–Big Improvements

Today’s guest contributor is Hannah Wingert, fellow mom & Christian writer. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with practicing gratitude, Hannah! My gratitude journey About 10 years ago, I decided to start a gratitude journal. I’d heard that writing down three things… Continue Reading “Small Changes–Big Improvements”

Bullies & BFFs

I picked Maggie up from school, and she hopped in the car with the same vigor she’d expressed every other day that week. She immediately asked me for a snack and settled into her seat, humming a tune. I had no reason to suspect… Continue Reading “Bullies & BFFs”

Gratitude through adversity

Today’s guest contributor is one of my English Composition I students, Ryan Clack. He’s graciously given me permission to share his first essay of the fall semester with all of you. I was inspired and touched by his essay; I’m sure you will be,… Continue Reading “Gratitude through adversity”

Maggie’s first job

My daughter earned her first $1 bill today. Is that legal? Surely not. Well, it happened, nonetheless. We enjoyed lunch after church at a local diner. Our waitress, a young, cheerful woman who told me she had a five year-old son, went out of her… Continue Reading “Maggie’s first job”

Sitting comfortably: Gratitude and couches

Last night, my friend Janet and I shared our dreams with one another. I’m not talking about lofty dreams about life goals. No. I’m talking about couches. Yes. Couches. #MomGoals “I just want a deep, rich blue couch. I love blue. Royal blue, you… Continue Reading “Sitting comfortably: Gratitude and couches”

Teaching me to mother

Lizard, Thank you for breaking me in back when I turned 22. There was nothing Taylor Swift about it. Your dad and I tied the knot three weeks after I graduated from college and three weeks after my birthday, and I frantically searched for… Continue Reading “Teaching me to mother”

Being a mom: it’s hard, y’all

Today’s post is the first in what I hope to be a series of post by friends and guest contibutors on the topic of Mother’s Day and all things related. Big thanks to my guest writer today, blogger and former Arkansan Kambri Davidson, who… Continue Reading “Being a mom: it’s hard, y’all”

Liz, Mom, and the Witch

Today’s post is written by Dr. Teresa Burns Murphy, one of my writing mentors and former professors. Every time Dr. Murphy contributes to this blog and sends me a post, I cannot wait to read it. I know I’ll enjoy the story–and I know… Continue Reading “Liz, Mom, and the Witch”

Gifts

Today’s post is an essay written by one of my English Composition I students, Jessica Bacon. Jessica was a true blessing in my life this semester; she’s an ideal student, a loving mom, and a caring person. She is certainly a true elevator person… Continue Reading “Gifts”

Chasing rabbits

I must be brief this morning. My toddler is still quietly sleeping in her crib, curled up in a little pink ball. Last night, she resisted her normal 7:30 p.m. bedtime and wanted to watch an extra episode of Curious George, her current favorite… Continue Reading “Chasing rabbits”

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