Big thanks to my lifelong best friend, MeLissa Massey Horseman, for making gratitude a family affair. I love you, MeLissa. Dailen (9 ½) – I’m thankful for a house, my family, and myself. I feel that thankfulness means you are appreciative and have a good attitude about stuff people give you. Lexa (8) –… Continue reading Oh, to be thankful!
Happy anniversary to my best friend, MeLissa Horseman, and the love of her life, Shawn. I'm grateful I was able to be there with them 16 years ago to celebrate their wedding. My husband and I celebrate our Sweet 16 this July. Marriage is probably the hardest thing I have ever done, aside from public… Continue reading Sweet 16
Let me give you guys a quick snapshot of my life right now. I'm wrapping up my position as a full-time faculty member at a community college, grading finals like a demon while saying plenty of sad goodbyes to colleagues and students. I receive daily emails which I print out to add to my "kudos"… Continue reading #bestprobs
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 employment while serving as your stepmom. I felt like I was… Continue reading Teaching me to mother
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 now lives a more glamorous life with her husband Drew in… Continue reading Being a mom: it’s hard, y’all
Today's post is by Debra Dickey, my friend and frequent contributor. Lately, I’ve begun to experience an unusual development of emotions that is difficult to describe. When I tried to put a finger on it, the only thing I could come up with was the ticking of my ‘biological clock’, only in reverse. With children… Continue reading The ticking of the clock
Today's post is by my friend and regular contributor Debra Dickey. Love. An oddly challenging concept for me to write about --- definitions and dimensions; cursive and variegated; richly prismatic, yet often elusive. I understand love, I know what love is all about, and I am quite unselfish when sharing love. Fluid in sentiment and… Continue reading Love…