Posts Tagged "Marriage"


Last month, I started a series on the roles women carry, what I learned about them growing up, and what I am learning about them now. It started with a post on lessons I learned from my Mama. You can check it out here. This post is a continuation of that series.      Sometimes I don’t know which haunts me more — the dissonance between my present and past views of what my primary role as a woman should be or my...

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Townhall — Spring is here.

Townhall — Spring is here.


Posted By on Apr 1, 2015

Hey Everyone, As some of you may have noticed, it has now been two weeks, and last Tuesday came and went without much said here. That is because Spring Break hit, family came into town, nice weather appeared, and all my planning went out the window. So for those of you who missed me last week, thanks and nice to know someone likes to read these. For anyone who didn’t notice well, I’m not gone yet. 😉 For those of you who do...

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I decided to pour my time this weekend into writing something that has been stirring in my heart for several months now, but haven’t been able to find quite the right words for. So for those who may be wondering, the Townhall is still in the making and will come out tomorrow on schedule leaving last week to be just “one of those weeks” where I literally could not do it all.   Where I grew up most women I knew were...

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The Townhall

The Townhall


Posted By on Nov 26, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!   I hope you are all looking forward to loved ones and turkey as much as I am. In the meantime, one of my other favorite aspects of the holidays is the time it gives you to sit back, relax, remember, and be grateful. I hope you find time for that this week.   Time to stop, to pause, and to reflect on all that this year has brought you through and what it holds for you before the year closes....

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    Growing up in my small town world I learned to exist safely within the lines of black and white. My perfect little world had very little conflict. Every question had an answer. There was always a right answer and a wrong one. There were good people and bad people. It was black and white, but never grey. Grey was scary. Grey was doubtful. Grey was iffy. Grey was lukewarm. Grey was too complicated. Hence, due to these...

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