Well, it is 1/2 way through Lent, so if you’ve given up something… you have less than 20 days to go! Traditionally, Lent is a time of fasting and prayer where millions of believers, across many faiths, immerse themselves in this time of sacrifice to spiritually prepare their hearts leading up to Easter – theContinue reading “Fasting & Faith”
I’ve told our story about a dozen times or so over the past 3 years, and every time it’s just as marvelous, magical, and unimaginable as when it was all happening and unraveling before our eyes. When people ask WHY we moved from California to Ohio, my husband usually jokes and says “we lost a bet”… but is the real reason – and it’s pretty UNBELIEVABLE!
Well, it’s 2020. Holidays during a pandemic, the most traveled time of the year… and countries, states, cities across the world are encouraging people to stay home and not have gatherings for the holidays. In an effort to decrease “social mobility”, many places are taking action to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus. CaliforniaContinue reading “A Thankful Holiday”
8 months deep into this pandemic and almost 13 million people have been diagnosed with Coronavirus in the USA. Chances are you have met someone(s) who has survived Coronavirus and lived to tell their tale. One of the many things that is so baffling about this novel virus is the spectrum of symptoms… from beingContinue reading “Content with Covid”
I have change in my heart and transformation on my mind. Here in Northeast Ohio, the colors are exploding and transforming before my very eyes. I was out photographing the marvel of this season recently and the first tree I came upon had these gorgeous reddish, orange leaves. I wanted a different perspective, so IContinue reading “Transformational Beauty”
Now! Right NOW, more than ever before, is the time to come together; rally, stand up and support our children and families in each of our communities. We need to build our villages and lean into to them to support each other.
So many out there feel hopeless. Anxious. Miserable. Depressed. So many suffering. We’re all human. We’re all ‘broken’, to some degree or another. Some have been dealt “worse cards” than others. But something beautiful can come out of the brokenness.
“He couldn’t sleep that first night in the hospital, time seemed to stand still as he was anxiously waiting for the sun to peek over the horizon for the promise of a new day. Deep into the night, as he struggled for each and every breath, he didn’t know if he was going to make it, when he said this prayer…”
As we say goodbye to Montessori, I am so grateful for what it has brought into our lives and how it has taught and influenced me as a Mother, with teaching my children. Montessori education is fundamentally different than traditional public education, and if you don’t know much about it, here are just a few examples of the differences…
Sometimes it seems like life is one big detour – doesn’t it? We have these “plans”, these ideas of how we’d like our life, year, day to go, and then there it is… the barricade of our plans and that big orange sign blocking our way with an arrow pointing to who knows where – saying DETOUR: