Just Catching Up
Well! It’s been a hot minute since I posted here, hasn’t it? Life with kids is always a wild ride, but November and December seem to make things just a little more extra-special crazy. So, just to keep myself accountable and you in the loop, […]
It’s an Honor Just to Be Nominated
Seriously, y’all. What the heck just happened? This blog and I are nominees for two different Sheenazing Awards! But, what are the Sheenazing Awards, you ask? Well, here’s a little backstory… Bonnie Engstrom over at the blog A Knotted Life has, on several occasions, run […]
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
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 […]
Around the Table: Sharing a Post and an Announcement!
You all know by now that my main love language is, in fact, food. Right? Then you can probably imagine how happy it makes me to share the following good things with you! Sharing my Love of Meal Trains I realized the other day that […]
“A Welcome Grace” Turns ONE!
I am completely, utterly flabbergasted that an entire year has gone by since I pressed publish on my first post. This little hobby that I started has brought me more joy and opportunity than I could ever have imagined! And what really blows my mind, […]
Our Lady of Providence: Queen of the Home
I remember the first time I saw her. She was wearing a red dress, which seemed unusual to me. I normally imagined her in blue. Her gaze, though, was just as I had always known it to be. Eyes downcast, she was smiling sweetly at […]
A Prayer for Our Children’s Teachers
It’s that magical time of year again. Shopping carts are filled with endless reams of paper, composition books, glue sticks, and pencils. Big yellow buses are cruising the neighborhood during this season when sneakers are still clean and backpack zippers actually work. Once again, we […]