Bothered By A Blessing

Hey guys! I have another surprise for you all-another guest blogger! My SIL is wise beyond her years. She is full of wisdom and so fun and has such a great perspective on life. I am super blessed to have gained her as a sister when I married my husband. She is doing a life challenge (there is a link below to learn more about this) and I challenged her to write a blog for me to be able to share her words with all of my friends. So, today is the day! Enjoy and show her plenty of love Continue Reading →

Daycare Heroes and Long Lost Friends

One of my first memories is of me attending a daycare that was inside a lady’s home with several other kids around my age. I don’t remember much about that daycare except that they had a dog. I was terrified of dogs and this dog looked to be as big as I was with teeth like a shark. Now that I think back, I’m pretty sure it was just a weenie dog, but it seemed like the most vicious weenie dog my four year old self had ever seen. I know what you’re thinking. There was nothing to be scared Continue Reading →

My Sister’s Words of Wisdom

This week I am doing something a little different on here. If you’ve been following my post, you’ve read about my sisters a little bit. The middle sis, Heather, is one of the people I look up to most in my life. Although she is younger, there is something about her I have always admired. We fought like crazy as kids, but as we got into high school and played on the same sports teams we began to learn to be teammates and then friends. We would visit each other in college and loan each other money to get by Continue Reading →

Birthdays, Beers & the Super Bowl

It was an exciting week in our household. My husband had a birthday! Thirty-Five. It was kind of a big one. I feel like all birthdays ending in 5 or 0 are big ones. Am I the only one that feels this way? I remember turning 10 and it was a very big deal. Double digits! Twenty was the year you were no longer a teenager. Thirty was the new 20, of course. But 35 just kind of feels like aging. I’m a year ahead of my husband, so this isn’t a knock on him getting older. There is just Continue Reading →