Emulating the Willow

“That the yielding conquers the resistant and the soft conquers the hard is a fact known to all yet utilized by none” -Lao Tzu I struggle daily with my patience, and have just recently had the need to start high blood pressure medication because I am unable to instill this simple yet profound statement in…

Blessing from Cherubs (in disguise)

“I was in heaven with God and he gave me a choice of moms and I chose you”.

I read this expert from Sue Patton Thoele’s Woman’s Book of Soul just as I was about to snap this morning after I found uncleaned peanut butter oil smeared all over the kitchen floor and tracked through out the house from my son and his friends mid night snacks during their sleep over last night

Why the kids and I Yevo.

Yes. I turned it into a verb because that is what it is. It is the food lifestlye I have chosen for the kids and I, my immediate family, my friends, and even my ex significant others and their families. WHY, you ask, does someone need to choose a particular style of eating? IS all this hype really necessary? Or is it just another conspiracy theory or marketing scheme? Well, you may be extremely busy in your daily schedule, but I am about to tell you some information that could change your life. Whether it be for health or convenience and life simplification, I have chosen to Yevo, and here is why.

The Mom Chronicles. Day 3. Finally! Access to the Craft Room!

“I am 5 now! I can finally go into the craft room at the library!” A huge monumental birthday achievement! I am so pleased to say that my daughter waited so patiently for over a year and a half to be able to have access to this art room. Sure, in the beginning there were a few temper tantrums as I would dreadfully walk past the craft area every Thursday when my older son volunteered, but very quickly, it became ” I can’t wait until I am FIVE to be able to go in the craft room!” I truly believe this milestone for her was comparable to an 18 year olds ability for finally being able to see rated “R” movies, or a 21 year finally being able to buy liquor.