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This Christmas season, things have been a bit difficult for us. That’s the nature of the type of job I work in. (Trying to find a better, more constant line work…) But I am extremely grateful for having a generous family on both sides, my in-laws, I’m so glad we are family.228 more words
Soup can be such a comfort. Auguste Escoffier once said that “Soup puts the heart at ease, calms down the violence of hunger, eliminates the tension of the day, and awakens and refines the appetite.” As I sit here writing this post my home is peaceful and quite. 644 more words
How often do you wake up on a Saturday morning with so much thankfulness in the heart?
I did today.
Maybe because of Facebook’s ‘2016 Year In Review’ video. 318 more words
As I was filling in my calendar I was hit with the realization that I was letting it slip through my fingers. In between planning various winter activities and special surprises, looking over Christmas wish lists and dreaming of holiday menus, it became all too easy to be carried away into extravagance. 284 more words
I will admit, I’ve struggled some this 4th of July weekend. Not externally. On the surface, I probably seemed pretty normal, pretty involved, pretty loving. Not “struggled” really so much with being on the cusp of having a new baby or when the kiddos get into an argument. 1,157 more words