Category Archives: Everyday Life

  In the past few years some have wondered if I’m pro-choice, pro-gay marriage, pro-democrat, anti-baptist, pro-liberalism….. Let me see if I can help clear up a few things. Although for some, this might just muddy the water even more so. I am pro-life. But I tend to have more in common with someone who […]

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What if I started talking about things like…. -Paid maternity leave -extension of medicaid for poor -healthcare and birth control coverage for the poor -Workforce initiatives that allow women to work and care for children -equal housing protections -equal pay for women doing equal work (currently 75 cents on the dollar) – education funding – […]

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This sweetheart, signs of healing of my body, heart & mind, new neon workout socks , Palm tree lined streets  (come visit me), end of era documentaries, a vehicle that keeps defying its age (300K baby!) and running , the weekend, date night , babies napping at the same time , having an ice maker in my fridge door, […]

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The days between Christmas and New years can be delightfully restful but they can also be a week that feels like you don’t know what day it is, who you are or what you’re supposed to be doing!! This year was like that for me…. it was such a strange feeling week. BUT if you’re […]

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  1. Anker iPhone charge cord (amazon) (cheap + good quality) 2. Benefit Yes, they’re Real Travel size Mascara (ulta) 3. Mini Glass Jar Candle Moss/Thyme (target)  4. OPI nail polish (“It’s a Girl” is my very favorite pale pink shade that’s great for every girl!) (ulta or sally’s beauty supply) 5. Kuhn Rikon Nonstick […]

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Every now and then I join up with Emily Freeman and we talk about what we learned the previous month. It’s been so helpful for me because it’s made me develop a habit for noticing and being aware of the things that happen or that are new and make me think. April is my very […]

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