I am training for a half marathon. People ask me how I do it all the time. It's simple. It's my outlet. I run and while I run, I pray. I thank God for the beautiful sunset, for the ability to get up and run, I pray for my boys, I pray for courage, I… Continue reading running in a new direction
Dear future guy, You may as well run now while you still have the chance. Hurry before my boys realize how completely amazing you are....unless you think you can take on three boys in a wrestling match all at one time, or you can build the super difficult legos that say they are made for… Continue reading a letter to the unknown
Twenty-eighteen was the most difficult year of my entire life. My emotions were like a rollercoaster: I would be laughing one minute, crying the next, completely angry, and then feeling sorry for myself the next. Despite everything that went wrong, there were so many things that went right, and I was able to grow into… Continue reading five things I learned in twenty-eighteen
What if I wake up one day and I'm 76 years old and I never got to write the novel I've been dreaming of writing my entire life, or I didn't take a giant leap of faith and open up the clothing boutique I've always wanted to, or what if I never pushed myself hard… Continue reading What if?
Right now I'm sitting in a room that I once absolutely despised. It was supposed to be my little girls room. It was supposed to be everything pink, whimsical, and all things pretty. It was supposed to be filled with high pitched laughter, tutus, nail polish, and Barbies. I was so absolutely sure that adopting… Continue reading Adoption
Do you ever just meet those people who change your entire perspective on life? Or that person that is the younger version of you. The "you" that you thought you were going to be, but life circumstances changed that? They just light a fire in you because you know you can do what you've always… Continue reading five minutes