California here we…leave! We are wrapping up a work/play trip to San Diego/LA, and just boarded the plane for Denver for our third leg of our western summer adventure. We brought the kids (and even one of our favorite babysitters!) and hit up beautiful Southern California, their little eyes wide at seeing it for the … More The Road to Forgiveness
I did something a bit, well, sneaky the other night. As we were about to turn in for the night, my husband asked if I knew where his phone was. “Your phone? Hmmmm…” I replied. I knew exactly where the phone was. Selfishly, however, I omitted that information. Notice I didn’t lie, right? I told … More You Are What You Eat
I promised myself I’d be in bed by 10pm. Yet here I am, 50 minutes past my bedtime, deciding that there’s more important business to attend. Time to get back to writing. It’s been way too long, friends. Life is good. Summer was hot. Heck, fall was hotter than summer I think. Halloween was crazy. … More Promo Code: JOY
Ahhh, the adventures of summertime travel. We have been hoping around a ton, making precious memories along the way. Although flying has been somewhat easier for me than in the past, I still get hung up on the same old triggers. Turbulence is a biggie. No matter how many times I seem to fly, I … More Dear Turbulence
Happy New Year! After realizing that it was January 3rd and my outdoor Christmas lights were still on, I reluctantly pulled the plug and slowly started the process of un-decorating. It’s been frigid cold here in the Southeast (they are predicting snow in Savannah!!!) and it’s been pajamas for days here in the house. The … More Lift the Shade
*I wrote this post back in early January and never ended up posting it. I felt like time had passed and it was irrelevant after a couple of weeks. It has been a busy, but positive couple of months since. But I still feel like it’s important to share where I’ve been. Plus, I haven’t … More Project Me
The last time I flew in an airplane, I wrote my heart out for two hours straight. But when I failed to realize that my phone coverage didn’t extend beyond my home country, consequently, all was lost. What I did realize, however, is that despite my loss, the benefit from the process still remained. … More What if You Fly?
I did it. I wrote the most soulful, harrowing, genuine, clarity-filled post I had ever written. And then I lost it. As we prepared for our upcoming anniversary trip down here to Tulum, Mexico (where I sit at this very moment, absorbed in a tropical beach-dream come true), I had been planning to write this … More A Loss of Words