I’m happy to report if you were in a central Florida drive-thru this past week and the car ahead of you picked up your tab, you were the recipient of a friend taking part in the generosity project. I love what she thought after she decided to pay for the car behind her. “I thought, ‘what… Continue reading The Hardest Part of the Generosity Equation
All I have to say is, stay away from generous people when you’re working through your own generosity project. For real. Stay home. Read a book. But don’t go near a friend who has consistently been the essence of generosity since the day you met her. Last night, I left crying babies and a super… Continue reading Beware the Generous Person
“Yes, I’d like a cheeseburger, side of fries and…,” pausing casually like I didn’t know exactly what I wanted, “a coke.” From day one of nursing twins I ate myself silly. Those few days in the hospital following their delivery were as nice as any resort vacation. Breakfast wheeled to MY BED, a tray full… Continue reading Weaning Mommy From Her Nursing Diet
I have been driving the minivan this week with something on my mind. I’ve cut carrots, served bananas, changed diapers while thinking about one word. One thought that I can’t replace with anything else right now. One way of living that could alter our lives day in and day out if we adapted to its… Continue reading I Can’t Stop Thinking About This Word.
If you follow me on Instagram you saw this post last week. My boys bopping heads as they looked overboard to see where their thrown sippy cups landed. Pretty cute. Cute like when my firstborn for the first time dropped her sippy cup overboard. “Aw, here you go,” I’d say, “sweet little sugar booger boo. You sweet… Continue reading At Some Point, Everyone’s Sippy Cups Hit The Floor