Gratitude Part 2 – Kickass Single Mom Emma Johnson

Happy Thanksgiving, friends! I suppose I should say Happy Belated Thanksgiving, but I've never been one to only celebrate on the day. We're still celebrating at our house and will continue on through the weekend. I hope those of you who celebrate enjoyed your time with your loved ones and had all the delicious foods … Continue reading Gratitude Part 2 – Kickass Single Mom Emma Johnson

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Gratitude For Those Who Give Me Life on the Roughest Days – Part 1

I've been absent for some time now. That's not a giant shock to those of you who've read this blog regularly. Allow me to clarify. I haven't been writing much here for at least a year, but more than that I've cocooned, more emotionally than physically but particularly in this online space - a space … Continue reading Gratitude For Those Who Give Me Life on the Roughest Days – Part 1

Was Procreating In My Best Interest? And a Lovely Link

http://momastery.com/blog/2015/09/02/its-not-you-its-them/ I LOVE this so much I can't say enough... This is a slight deviation from WGWW, but I'm a big believer in real. That lovely picture of my precious children on that beautiful beach in my earlier post was a direct result of the behavior wise Glennon describes in the link above. Yesterday, I … Continue reading Was Procreating In My Best Interest? And a Lovely Link

Past Post Monday — I Needed a Muzzle Then; I STILL Need One from Time to Time

It's fun to look back and see progress, as well as the demons that still occasionally haunt us. I played a blog game tonight and read old posts at random. Since I haven't had much writing mojo lately, I decided to play and post. I closed my eyes, tapped my tag cloud and up popped … Continue reading Past Post Monday — I Needed a Muzzle Then; I STILL Need One from Time to Time

Until I Have Time to Write…

Enjoy this from The Mind Unleashed. "Kindness (along with emotional stability) is the most important predictor of satisfaction and stability in a relationship. Kindness makes each partner feel cared for, understood and validated." "Another powerful kindness strategy revolves around shared joy. One of the telltale signs of the disaster couples studied, was their inability to … Continue reading Until I Have Time to Write…