In my opinion, basic ramen packs should not be underestimated. With an electric kettle (if you don’t have one, consider getting one) providing boiling water in less than 5 minutes, ramen can be made in under 9 minutes. When you add the leftover roasted veggies and sausage from the night before to drained noodles and … Continue reading Waiting for payday. →
I’m not good at resting. I’ve mentioned this before and it still hasn’t changed. Time has provided a bit of clarity and I have an inkling of why I don’t rest well. Being busy prevents me from dealing with anything in my head. I didn’t realize I did it until just a couple of months … Continue reading Knowing why I don’t know how to be. →
I had a difficult conversation a couple of days ago and I’m still processing it. One of my children asked me about the Bible and how I feel about it, sharing with me that it makes him feel happy and sad. I, too, feel those same emotions when I open it. I have such a … Continue reading Happy Sad →
In no time at all, my eldest has made it to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and is now half way to the end of the book and the series itself. I have always wanted my children to love reading and this is a success I have no issue in claiming. We know our … Continue reading They need to see me read, not because I have to, but because I want to. →
One morning last week, I dropped my kids off at school, not realizing a glass jar had rolled into the floorboard beneath a seat. Needless to say, I was mortified when my son accidentally kicked it out in the rush to get to school. It shattered in the car line, blocked traffic, and resulted in … Continue reading You need to smile more. →
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