Baby girl, today you should be turning eight. Eight. It is unbelievable that I first held you in my arms that many years ago… …and even more unbelievable that I … Continue reading Eight
The Sweet Life by Suzanne Woods Fisher is a delightful tale of a mother and daughter whose unexpected life circumstances take them on a journey together that leads them to … Continue reading Book Review: The Sweet Life
My final project for my first grad school class (Strategic Branding) is a personal branding portfolio and I’ve been building that right here on my website. I realized that one … Continue reading Branding Session with Perigee Photo Co.
What I have come to see so clearly over the past few years is that this demonization of the other side is unfounded. It has to stop because it’s based on falsehoods and it is ruining us. It is breaking families apart – and the family is the very thing the American Evangelical Church proclaims is their priority. The politics being preached from the Far Right are undoing the very mission of the Church at a record pace.
It was Brennan’s birthday, 2019. I secured a last minute meeting with a very influential person in the Pennsylvania legislature and, despite it being his birthday, Brennan happily stayed home … Continue reading What Will Be Your Moment?
Today is a big day for the Krabbe community! The committee (HRSA) that decides which conditions are added to the federal Recommended Uniform Screening Panel (RUSP) voted UNANIMOUSLY today to … Continue reading Krabbe Moved Forward to Full Evidence Review
From the back of the book: In 1917, Alma Pihl, a master craftsman in the House of Fabergé, was charged to protect one of the greatest secrets in Russian history–an … Continue reading Book Review: The Master Craftsman
If you had asked me three days ago if I would ever go to grad school, I would have said no. I’ve thought about it off and on since I … Continue reading A New Chapter Begins
I saw a post on Facebook today that made me feel many things all at once. It was a post by a mom in a large Facebook group known for … Continue reading Comparison in Motherhood
Looking for Leroy by Melody Carlson is one of the most relatable and real-life pieces of fiction I have read to date. From the back of the book: It’s official: … Continue reading Book Review: Looking for Leroy