Tag: motherhood

Since I’ve Been Gone

You guys!  It’s been way too long!   I have to tell you, for a while now I’ve been thinking my blogging days might be over.  I had a good run, but maybe it’s time to throw in the towel.   But then a few things happened that made me reconsider.   I should start off

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They’re Only Ours On Loan

Before I dropped my son off to start his freshman year in college last month, I made myself two promises: 1. I would not cry when I said goodbye, and 2. I would not cry in front of my eight year old younger son during the car ride home. Well, I broke those promises. I

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Reasons To Scream Into An Abyss

Woman looking over a cliff with mountains

Have you ever seen the movie Garden State with Zach Braff and Natalie Portman? I absolutely love that movie but I’ve found it makes me incredibly sad so often I’ll see it on as I’m flipping through my channels and I’ll actually force myself to keep moving.  One scene I always shed a few tears

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I Hate Anxiety

The following is a guest post from Laura Stott.  Laura is a wife, mom to a seven-year-old and four-year-old, and a high school history teacher on the shoreline, where she also grew up. She loves being near the beach and the woods, and having deep roots, though she wishes all of her family were closer.

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