dating and singlehood · faith · family · parenting · womens issues

commitments to my stepkids, reflections for mothers’ day

Because of the truths I have come to know, and I am still learning more and more to be sure, I make these promises to you: 1. I will love your dad. If there is one thing I have learned, that is as true as all true things, it’s this: marriage is the most important… Continue reading commitments to my stepkids, reflections for mothers’ day

arts, movies, music, pop culture · faith

what’s your point? or, on consideration of Facebook posts

There are certain rules I kind of have in my head when it comes to Facebook activity. There are the obvious ones where I won’t click LIKE on something that I don’t want to hear about any more. Because once you do, you get notifications of everything on it, or if it’s a page you… Continue reading what’s your point? or, on consideration of Facebook posts

arts, movies, music, pop culture · faith

when “of course” gets off course

I am not a word nerd by any stretch, but I do like to think about words, their meanings and where they came from. (grammar also isn’t a big hangup for me, obvi, really.) I was thinking the other day about the phrase “of course” and what it means to us. We use it when… Continue reading when “of course” gets off course