diy, Family, sewing, Uncategorized

Inch by Inch: Accepting Hard Things

Over the years, sewing has become a way for me to process life.  When my biological children and I were separated, for the longest time I couldn't even look at my sewing machine.  Because a big part of the reason I started sewing was for them, and "now they were gone."  It was hard.  My… Continue reading Inch by Inch: Accepting Hard Things

Family, Uncategorized

An Open Letter to Pokemon Go Users

In a previous post I addressed those who are "Anti- Pokemon Go," calling them out for what I believe is an intolerance of difference and a lack of understanding.  You can read that letter and why I decided to download Pokemon Go, as well as my family's reaction here.    However, some of their points do… Continue reading An Open Letter to Pokemon Go Users

Family, Uncategorized

An Open Letter to the Anti-Pokemon-Go Movement

Pokemon Go. A debate I thought I was going to avoid. An app I was insanely curious about. I guess when you are curious about a product that has some contention attached to it, you can't avoid the debate. I downloaded the app this weekend while on a long car ride. People in the car… Continue reading An Open Letter to the Anti-Pokemon-Go Movement

Faith, Family

My Bible is Better Than Yours…

I recently celebrated my birthday (number 25, again... ).  My amazing husband and I had each just gotten bonuses from our employers, and we decided that we could spare just a little bit from our Dave Ramsey gazelle like intensity (for more on that read the total money makeover) to celebrate.  I got to choose,… Continue reading My Bible is Better Than Yours…