Month: July 2018

18 Summers?  I Beg to Differ.

18 Summers? I Beg to Differ.

Did you know that you only get 18 summers with your kids?  You know, as dumb as it sounds, I never thought of it that way!  Not until it started being crammed down my throat this summer, anyway. It seems like every time I get […]

Scoliosis and Psalm 52

Scoliosis and Psalm 52

I don’t remember the last time I spent a Mass in tears quite like I did this past weekend. My scoliosis-riddled back was all seized up and I was in a lot of pain.  It hurt so badly around my rib cage that I could […]

Text Me When You Get There

Text Me When You Get There

…and other things I say to my sons that they don’t pay attention to. I love having teenage sons. Yep.  I said it.  Go back and reread it if you need to.  Adjust your glasses; blink a few times.  I promise you read that right.  […]

Where’s My Blue Flame?

Where’s My Blue Flame?

Last month, in my own personal read-a-thon of sorts, I read One Beautiful Dream.  This book by ingenious Catholic author and radio show host Jennifer Fulwiler certainly gave me a lot to think about! Now, if you follow Catholic Twitter or Instagram at all, you’ll have seen […]

I Blinked and Now June is Over

I Blinked and Now June is Over

Will somebody tell me how it is already halfway through summer break?  Honestly, it feels like I blinked 5 times and June disappeared.  It feels like we just got back from our cruise, but nope!  It’s been a whole month since then.  As the old […]

BBQ Pulled Chicken & Coleslaw

BBQ Pulled Chicken & Coleslaw

I don’t know about you, but having the oven running in the heat of the day during the summer is not my favorite.  Make ahead meals are totally the way to go!  A little prior planning lets you cook in the morning and stay cool […]