Catching Up on ADHD and Home/Private/Public School Stuff


WOW! It’s been a long time since I’ve really blogged. I know I’ve thrown out a couple random things here and there, but I’ve really gotten out of the swing of writing, and it’s been hard to get back to this place. But here I am at Caribou Coffee waiting for my ballerinas again. A […]

What the Mark Droscoll Mess Tells Us About Marriage
August 28, 2014

“Jesus gave respect and honor to all–to women, to children, to different races. We should, too. That protects others from being mistreated, and it protects our hearts from becoming so proud that we would mistreat others.”

I was cheering through this whole article. You can read it HERE.

Work-Life Balance

Michael Hyatt
July 14, 2014

“A few years ago I took my mentoring group on a ropes course. For one of the challenges, we walked a long stretch of rope that wound around several trees. We had to hold onto each other as we worked our way across the line.

Here’s what I remember most of all: When we were balanced, it never really felt like we were. Our legs constantly moved and wobbled, and we strained to grip each other and the nearest tree. But we stayed on that line a long time, making little corrections, adjusting our weight, and trying to stay upright. It didn’t feel like balance, but it was.

That’s exactly how life is, right?”

Read the rest of What No One Ever Told You About Work-Life Balance.

Sam and Tess Cutting the Cake

Sam and Tess Cutting the Cake

My two sisters, my mom, and myself

My two sisters, my mom, and myself

Jennie and Joe

My daughter, Jennie, was the flower girl. Here she is with Joe, the little ring bearer. She told me after the wedding that she plans to marry him.

The Wedding Dance

Here I am dancing with my oldest son, the groom. My youngest son is trying to cut in.