Parents, I know it’s hard. Whether they’re 5 or 18, it’s difficult trying to get kids up and ready for school, making sure they have all their work from the night before, making sure they have their lunch or money for lunch, and don’t forget to brush teeth and eat a little something for breakfast … More Let Them Sleep In
As I go into a new work week, I am reminding myself of some things I learned last week. In a 5 day workweek, I learned that I need to stop being so sad and reaching the edge of depression over the fact that I spend my days with other people’s kids while I miss … More What My Students Taught Me in 1 Short Week
Feb. 11, 2015 Today has been incredibly emotional and full of tears for me. I’ve had tears from pride all the way to tears from my heart breaking, and I’m closing out this day feeling emotionally drained to say the least. And the Winner Is . . . Let me preface by saying the fact … More A Day of Tears
I have been dreading today ever since the beginning of June. Our summers seem to be getting shorter and shorter, and this one has been no different. You see, during the summers, I am lucky enough to be able to spend every day with my kids. This makes it difficult to end the summer … More Improve Your Day in 1 Easy Step
There are no real words to explain what it’s like driving my kids to school in the mornings. Of course, sometimes it’s a blur of rushing, blonde hair flying as we quickly get to the car, and words of frustration coming from the oldest. . . well, to be honest, those words are coming from … More I Was Made by God, and I’m Beautiful!