Posts by Kallie C


The Military’s Best Kept Secret


Posted By on Dec 6, 2017

Dear Readers, Today I am over at one of my favorite Military Spouse Blogs sharing on one of our best kept secrets. In his groundbreaking research at the turn of the century, “Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community,” Robert Putnam, a renowned political scientist, forewarned that the very social fabric of America was coming apart. One does not need to look very far in our news today to wonder if he was right, even...

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There’s a lot I don’t know how to handle these days.   Does anyone know how to parent a toddler in today’s world? On most days I feel like I am stumbling around in the dark hoping I am at least getting something right.   The never ending flood of crazy news.   Challenges and stress at work. Time management. Volunteer commitments.   I currently find myself right in the middle of trying to serve, lead, and work in...

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Dear Readers, Today, I am so excited to be sharing over at Thrive Momma! Please enjoy this excerpt and then click on the link below to finish it over at the Thrive Momma Page. For my readers who are working moms or for those considering being one in the future, Elaine McGhee is a wonderful writer, life coach, and blogger whose work you should definitely check out. The community she is building through her work at Thrive Momma has been...

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Ring the bells that still can ring Forget your perfect offering There is a crack, a crack in everything That’s how the light gets in. Anthem – by Leonard Cohen Dear Readers, Going on four years ago now I started up this site. I was the church girl who had found myself stranded on the side of the road terrified to admit that the faith I had built my life on was breaking to pieces. Protestant, conservative Christianity in its many forms...

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Dear Readers, I know I have been especially quiet around here on the blog for quite awhile now. To be really honest, I have strongly been considering giving up blogging altogether.     When I first jumped into this world of blogging, it was exciting and cathartic.   For once in my life my fear of holding everything in grew greater than my fear of speaking up.   At that point, very few people I knew had ever...

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