The word unify has been following me around for a few weeks the way the word simplify did while I was in college. I’m still finding ways to make life simpler, and I have learned through that season that sometimes bringing things together is the best way to make things simpler. You may have followed this blog or favorited my Etsy shop.… Continue reading The Country Professor Is Real.
I lived my first 18 years in Seneca, SC, and my last six in Anderson, SC. If you aren’t familiar with the area, these are the two cities on either side of Clemson, SC, home of the Tigers, who play in the National Football Championship tonight. I’ve never been a big sports fan, but I am… Continue reading That’s My Tiger.
Since Spring classes haven’t started yet, I am home most of today and thought it would be a good time for an update. 7:30am The boys are awake and saying “Ma-ma-ma-ma-ma-. . . ” I roll over and poke G. B. so that he starts his long waking process. I stumble to the bathroom, wash… Continue reading 12-Month Twin Routine
To babysitting the girl with gum in her hair that I got out with mayonnaise or peanut butter, something I found in the pantry. To the smelly retail bath products store, my first taxed minimum wage job I worked the first Christmas break of college. To substitute teaching, and being too liberal for it. Too… Continue reading A Labor Day Toast
On this first day of National Poetry Month, I thought it appropriate to post a poem by Robert Frost, as his work was the first poetry I remember reading for fun. I bought The Poetry of Robert Frost Edited by Edward Connery Lathem when I was in middle school and have read it cover to cover at… Continue reading Frost: National Poetry Month 2015, Day 1
It’s 4am, and a baby is eating in my arms. My baby. One of my two brand new babies. Things have changed drastically since my last post, and that will start to show in the direction of this blog. I plan to be diligent in labeling my supermommy posts so that my readers are warned… Continue reading Warning: An Introduction and Update
You know those Facebook statuses that involve tagging people to get them to post their favorite book or quote or poem? I was nominated to post my favorite Bible verse yesterday, so I decided to be that girl who blogs instead. From kindergarten to 12th grade, I attended a private Christian school where we memorized a different verse every… Continue reading What’s Important