When our first baby was placed in my arms I knew there was no place I wanted to be other than home with him every day. Twenty seven years, and five more babies later, (six children, now ages 27-7), I still feel the same. I can’t imagine a more challenging, fulfilling, rewarding “job” than being a mom. It truly is a vocation, and I feel blessed beyond measure.
I love ordinary days, good books, babies, cookies and summer. Also deep conversations, simple meals, and beautiful gardens and a clutter free home. I have been sharing my journey through motherhood and life on my blog for almost 12 years.
In 2016 I was diagnosed with a rare breast cancer called Triple Negative. and am now cancer free after chemo and surgery. I also soon after began enduring the devastating and traumatic loss of my marriage. I feel like a survivor in the true sense of the word. I realized through suffering that we don’t always choose the crosses we carry, but that we have a choice every day to see the good and the blessings in our lives in spite of the tragedies.
One step at a time, one day at a time, life is beautiful.
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