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What Motherhood Has Taught Me….

A mom shares lessons learned as she juggles her family and career….

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Mommy-Wife Hearing…

If you're a wife or a mom you know exactly what type of special hearing this is.  It's that innate ability to hear something, anything, anything at all - three rooms away through a closed door that was whispered by... Continue Reading →

When Your Husband “Man Cleans” Your House…

I called out of work for the first time in over a year the other day - which let me just say is huge because I never call out.   But I had a lousy cold, I ached all over,... Continue Reading →

Dumb Things Men Say….

Lately I have been inundated with a plethora expressed male dumb-ass statements.  Some have come from my husband and some from the husbands/significant others of my close friends.  And of course I couldn't resist and decided to blog about them....... Continue Reading →

The morales of both motherhood and being a wife….

Life is not without it's lessons - the hard ones, the funny ones, the annoying ones, etc.  Every time I turn around it seems as if I am learning something, as both motherhood and being a wife is fraught with... Continue Reading →

New Year, Same Old Challenges

I approached 2018 with cautious optimism.  In my head I had plotted out how I hoped this new year would unfold.  My marriage would somehow get easier.  My husband and I would start communicating better.  He might actually be interested... Continue Reading →

Moving Saved My Marriage….

For many of you who follow my blog, I have in prior posts made mention of the fact that my marriage had been under a lot of stress for quite some time.  I had kept mum about it in the... Continue Reading →

Every Husband Should be Just a Little Jack Pearson….

For anyone that's watched the show "This Is Us" you know what I am talking about.  It's near to impossible to watch the show and not think "I wish my man was a little more Jack Pearson."  After all, Jack... Continue Reading →

A Restless Mind

Sleep is an elusive concept to me.  As a mom I am frequently roused by various "kid noises" or the crying of my youngest who has for some reason woken up and now wants to sleep with me.   As... Continue Reading →

There’s No Shame…

There's no shame in seeking out professional help in times where an objective perspective may just offer you the insight you need to work through the hardest days of your life.  The shame comes when you don't ask; when you... Continue Reading →

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