Tagged with Mother’s Day

A Mother’s Day Recipe

A Mother’s Day Recipe

I had a sweet surprise this week. All my kids were home Sunday night into Monday morning. It was a treat. I did something I’ve been wanting to do for awhile — BAKE!!! I enjoy working in the kitchen. It relaxes me to bake and cook for others. I enjoy the process and the presentation.  … Continue reading

Mother’s Day On the Hard Days

This Mother’s Day seems to be harder than the last few years. My mother has been in heaven for 14 years. Fourteen years without her. Some days are harder and some are easier. Last year at this time I barely had time to think of her or the days since she’s been gone. We were closing on … Continue reading

Catching up with all things “May”

(With this new month upon us, it’s a great time to recap what’s new.  So today, we are linking up with Emily Freeman over at Chatting at the Sky with a great wrap-up post on what we learned this month.) May has become the new December. With Mother’s Day, graduations, weddings, school wrap-up’s and barbecue’s the days fly by … Continue reading

Our Sweet Spot of Rhythm…God’s Love and Peace

For the last month, I’ve moved from one event to the next… telling myself, “Just get through Mother’s Day.” We went from Easter to in(RL), from in(RL) to Mom’s Night Out and then slid into Mother’s Day with everything biting at my heels in between. After sharing at our church on Mother’s Day, we headed … Continue reading

When Mother’s Day Is Hard

I watch them swing in unison…my two youngest. They challenge each other to swing higher and jump farther. His head swings back in delight and giggles come up from his belly. I watch with pure joy as my thoughts go to earlier days when my own swing set with the leg-burning metal slide sat in my backyard.  Our … Continue reading

Just for Fun Friday ~ Lullabies, Socks & Shoes

My husband and I were gone away at Pastor meetings this week.  We arrived home last night to a clean house and a short-sheeted bed…thanks to my amazing kiddos! My son, Jonathan, has always loved music.  When he was small and sitting in the high chair, the best way to keep him concentrated on his … Continue reading