I remember when Facebook was new. It used to be only for college students as a means to keep in touch with friends and make new friends on campus. You had to look at other people’s profiles to find out what they were posting and it required more activity. Then they came up with the… Continue reading Social Media is Ruining Your Life
Princess Pea is almost four. She is the most adorable almost four-year-old in my life. Not only is she almost four, she is also the most amazing big sister in the world. She has so many endless wonderful qualities and things about her that make me so grateful to be her mom. Unfortunately, being her… Continue reading God doesn’t hate you, He loves you
We all have flaws, heaven knows I have many. One of my many flaws is my issue with “Thank You” cards. Don’t get me wrong, my mom raised me right, I am really good at writing them immediately after getting a gift. My big issue is that I always forget to send them. I have… Continue reading Judge, Jury, Executioner
I have had a ton on my mind lately, but haven’t gotten it down on the computer, so, like many things, my thoughts have just floated out into the universe. Last night, Superman kindly took Princess Pea to his mother’s house so that I could have some time to myself and plan my lesson for… Continue reading How Well Do You Know Your Father?
There’s a lot going on in the chaos that is the news this week. It’s a lot to take in and manage. In this mess of sound and screaming voices, I have found myself struggling to process all the noise and information. Through this mess, I may have stumbled on an interesting theory of my… Continue reading Finding Purpose in Life
I’m apologizing in advanced for this analogy, but it’s the first thing that came to mind when I was thinking about this topic. Extra apologies to any male that is reading this post (especially if it’s my dad that is reading this). If you are a guy, maybe skip past the analogy for the point.… Continue reading The Right Support
I feel like most my posts start this way, but this past year has been filled with trials for my family. As we have struggled to get through the hardships, I found myself questioning extensively if Heavenly Father loved me. I know I asked Him almost daily about this. I was surprised to have the… Continue reading Simple as a Sifter