As a former 1st grade teacher, this time of year when summer is winding down still gives me the new school year butterflies, even as I am at home with our one-year-old daughter now. As the weather cools off, and the dollar section at Target fills up with back-to-school goodies, the anticipation of a new … Continue reading 5 Ways To Get Back Into School Mode From A Teacher!
Free. Freedom. The word freedom feels so fragile this week. This year. Doesn't it? If there was ever a time that you needed evidence the broken world we live in due to sin, and its desperate need for a Savior, turn on the news. Read it on the internet. It's there, in your face, clear … Continue reading Freedom in Christ
Good morning! As I finished up reading Jonah, I had some time of reflection over the last two verses, questions, that God asks Jonah for the reader to think on and answer too. God used this passage to tend to my heart. Let me be transparent with you, because #impressingisexhausting: I can be very impatient … Continue reading God Is Compassionate When We Are Not
I am SO excited about this giveaway for you! I have teamed up with several wonderful businesses and artists to bring you an assortment of goodies you are going to love this summer! Before I jump into what is up for grabs in MY giveaway, you must know about the 8 OTHER giveaways that are … Continue reading Blog Hop GIVEAWAY!
Do you have a time and place you like to sneak away to so you can reset? Clear your head? For me that's outside. Last night after it taking an abnormally long time to lay C down, I snuck off to the edge of the dock. I just sat down, listened to the waves, the … Continue reading Waiting For What’s Next
yesterday after getting back from bible study I had a major bad mom moment. like, horrifying. like, I went in to grab my water bottle before going on a walk with C and Scout and forgot to put the lock on the stroller with our baby in stroller and finding baby in stroller across the street tipped … Continue reading failure by default
It has been another whirlwind of a month. Our baby girl is a month and a half old, my husband and I celebrated our 2nd anniversary, and we've made some big decisions in the Tracy household. Dakota and I made a prayerful decision that I should stay home to raise our baby girl. It was … Continue reading This Maze of Life