True living, Trusting God

In His Hands

Death. Until recently I never thought too much about it. I knew it is inevitable. Something that happens to everyone at there given time. I’ve always been aware we never know how much time we have. Trying to make the most of the time I have with my loved ones especially my husband and my… Continue reading In His Hands

Recipes, True living

What if…But God!

Full disclosure: this is going to be a long post! It was not my original intention however, I began writing the first half while at my previous position and now circumstances have changed. So it will all end up coming full circle...bare with me, there may be some relatable insight on this roller coaster of… Continue reading What if…But God!

Allergy Friendly, Mom Life, Recipes, True living

Rustic Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry lovers, these rustic muffins are for you! I make these for my girls as an easy get up and go breakfast. Want to turn baking into some family fun? Go blueberry picking with the kids, then come home and bake some delightful fresh muffins. Enjoy! Ingredients: 2 cups flour (sub gluten free flour for… Continue reading Rustic Blueberry Muffins

Featured, Salvation, True living, Trusting God

Scars and Stripes

Photo by Stephanie McCabe on Unsplash July. Where has the time gone? I can't even fathom how quickly this year has already flown by. Just like clockwork the sun rays are even brighter and the temperatures are quickly rising. Bright red and white checkered picnic blankets decorate the lawns at the local parks. The lingering smell of the… Continue reading Scars and Stripes

Devotionals

Am I enough?

Photo by Kyle Broad on Unsplash The question, am I enough is a daily taunt. Social media, window shopping, socializing with friends, family, magazines, movies or even just driving down the street can remind you otherwise. The world around us has no problem reminding us of our flaws. Telling us what we need improvised to… Continue reading Am I enough?

Mom Life, Parenting, True living

The Paradigm

One evening as I was cooking dinner, my girls were watching and trying to assist in the best way they know how- as sensory scientists a.k.a. food tasters! I stood there slicing some rainbow carrots when suddenly my oldest looked at me and smiled, “Mommy I want to be just like you when I grow… Continue reading The Paradigm