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Philanthropy Friday: A Disaster Report Card 10 Years After Katrina

I remember when Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast ten years ago. I was a new mom trying to figure out what to do with my six week old son. I was sleep deprived and nursing around the clock. I was emotional. Seeing the devastation that Katrina caused hit me hard. It broke my heart… [Read More…]

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Wordless Wednesday: Fort Knox Enlisted Men’s Quarters

Linking up with Wordless Wednesday and 5 Minutes for Mom

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A #haiku. Because vacation.

This week is our last hurrah before school starts. We’ve had a such a crazy schedule this summer with track and my new job coupled with my regular writing and upcoming book launch. It’s nice to just wake up and make plans for a new adventure. Nothing fancy. Just fun with my boys. That’s all a… [Read More…]

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Philanthropy Friday: A Simple Giving Endorsement from Dr. Christiane Northrup

Simple Giving: Easy Ways to Give Every Day takes the whole concept of giving to another level entirely. It’s refreshing, fun, and practical. And a most exhilarating new way to think about the impact of charity. ~ Christiane Northrup, M.D. ob/gyn physician and author of the New York Times bestsellers: Goddesses Never Age: The Secret Prescription for… [Read More…]

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Wordless Wednesday: Hanging Around

It was all fun and games until he had to get down. I miss the days when he would call this up-tie-side-down. Linking up with Wordless Wednesday and 5 Minutes for Mom

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a haiku about dishes

I have joked with my friends that the one thing I miss about my ex-husband is the fact that he was pretty good at doing dishes. He never put them away, which drove me nuts, but at least he did the dishes. I’m working on getting my kids to take over dishes duty, but they… [Read More…]