Category Archives: marriage

“Leaver and Broken” a story

Something for a brother or sister in Christ to consider… I write this story to help friends and loved ones understand what a person goes through in the situation explained here. If you’ve never been in this type of situation, … Continue reading

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Not Your Stereotypical Single Mom Part 1: A Challenge

I never wanted to be a single mom. But I am. So I find myself on a road I didn’t chose or plan, but I’m trying my darndest to make the best of it. My kids are happier than they … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day has always been a bit of a let down for me, as a mother. Not because of my kids at all – they are so precious and do all they can! Mostly because it’s been tainted with bad … Continue reading

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What I Learned While Being a Bridesmaid

Last weekend I was a bridesmaid for the second time in my life. Now, I’ve been asked to be a bridesmaid FOUR times! Yes, four! But, this was only my second time as a bridesmaid. The first one, the bride … Continue reading

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I Have a Confession to Make

Today, my kids and I were part of a beautiful wedding. One of my very dearest friends is now a married woman and I am so very happy for her! I was blessed to serve her as a bridesmaid, my … Continue reading

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