The Un-Squatty Potty

My mom lives in a community designed for people age 55 and older. We love going to visit her because the area is packed with activities the children can do from swimming, to pickleball, to golf. There’s a fun playground on the property along with walking trails, lakes for fishing, and some sort of celebration […]

Last night the second of the two nurses infected with Ebola in Dallas arrived at Emory University Hospital which is within a few blocks of my house. I send Amber Vinson healing thoughts and wish her caregivers strength and resilience, as I thank them all for their sacrifice and service. When we drove home from school […]

Say (Artisanal) Cheese!

If you’ve followed my blog for long, you know that a few times a year I travel with the kiddos down to the South Carolina low country where my mom lives. You also know that one of the highlights is the Bluffton Farmers Market. I’ve blogged in the past about some of my favorite vendors here  and […]

We have a fix-it-now mentality in our culture, right? We want the doctor to give us a pill and for everything to go back to “normal” within a reasonable amount of time. Part and parcel of that, is we expect the healing to come from the outside. We expect medical and healthcare professionals to offer […]