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My journey in faith as an evolving mommy and person.

Julee Turner Silent Auction: 24″x36″ Gallery Wrap

October 15, 2012 | | 9 Comments

This week many bloggers are hosting silent auctions to benefit Julee Turner who recently lost her husband Matt Turner in a terrible car accident. For more information read here: Silent Auction for the Turner Family.


24″x36″ Custom Gallery Wrap canvas … Read More

Julee Turner Silent Auction: LG Lucid Smartphone from Verizon

October 15, 2012 | | 15 Comments

This week many bloggers are hosting silent auctions to benefit Julee Turner who recently lost her husband Matt Turner in a terrible car accident. For more information read here: Silent Auction for the Turner Family.

This is a fun entry-level … Read More

To friends of Julee: How to be a friend to a young widow

October 9, 2012 | | 45 Comments

Those of you who are local Arkansans reading my blog have certainly heard of the tragic loss of local TV anchor Matt Turner. He was in a car accident and leaves behind a wife Julee and 10-month-old baby girl.

If … Read More

Verizon Hopeline for Domestic Abuse Victims

August 3, 2012 | | 4 Comments

Verizon announced today the launch of a new Android app called Hopeline for domestic abuse victims.

Please tell your friends because one in four (statistically 25 people in the room I’m in right now) is affected by domestic abuse.

Consider … Read More

How to: 4 step Daily Personal Inventory (+ Mrs Meyers Giveaway)

July 24, 2012 | | 18 Comments

GIVEAWAY UPDATE: Congrats to Greta from gfunkified! You won the Mrs. Meyers Clean Day product giveaway.

Several years ago I was given the most amazing gift. I was loved by others until I could love myself. At the time I would’ve never imagined I could be happy again, but these friends held me up, helped me make some tough choices and taught me how to live. Read More

Happy, Joyous & Free

May 1, 2012 | | 10 Comments

This is the piece that I wrote and shared at the Listen To Your Mother live show in April 2012 at the Walton Art Center in Fayetteville, AR. You can read more about Listen To Your Mother, a nation series … Read More

Easter Recap: Family, Friends, Food, Helicopters and Bird Poop. Hallelujah!

April 10, 2012 | | 2 Comments

Easter 2012 included family, friends, food, a helicopter and bird poop. Hallelujah! Read More

The cure for resentment: A simple prayer

January 27, 2012 | | 2 Comments

Do you know what resentment feels like? It’s a consuming feeling of anxiety, sadness, tension and other unpleasant things.

What is resentment?

Simply, resentment is letting someone live rent free in your head. They don’t even know they are there most of the time. It’s just you and them hanging out and going over every recent interaction between the two of you.

While several years ago I could’ve claimed several resentments, there’s really only one that I’m working on correcting right now. Read More

Christmas resumes this year

December 5, 2011 |

Last year I plugged in a Christmas tree night light and called the decorating done. But then again we had a one-year-old who was waddling around the house pulling on everything.

I’d have been a fool to put up a tree.

This year she’s two. She knows that messing with mommy’s tree could land her Read More

Caringbridge for those who don’t get better

November 1, 2011 | | 4 Comments

If you have someone in your life who has experience a traumatic illness or injury you’ve probably heard of Caringbridge. It’s an amazing source of support, compassion and love in incredibly difficult times.
I don’t post about my first husband very often because it is a difficult topic, but today is All Saints day and I’m feeling quite open.
My first husband, Marshall, was a juvenile diabetic who had kidney failure and got very sick. After 16 weeks in the ICU he passed away on July 4th, 2006. Read More