It’s funny, the things that we hold onto from yesterday.
For some, it is an antique wash basin or an old dining room table- maybe thrifted or bought at a collectibles store and worth a “fortune”. For others it is old farm implements, propped up by the mailbox. And then there are those items that, to the naked eye, might mean nothing… but to you they mean the world.
To you they embody a bygone day. A childhood of memories. A love that spans generations.
For me, it is an old flat carpenters pencil sitting on a shelf in my bedroom. Because I don’t ever remember seeing my Grandpa without one behind his ear.
And for my guest blogger Debbie, it was a simple, 9×13 baking dish. Continue reading
Now that it’s the end of February, I thought I would finally get back to sharing the blog love… and I confess, this might run over into March. I had big plans! And then crazy life happened. But alas, I am so excited to introduce my friend Laura to you! She is a mom of two who blogs at “My Thoughts- Uninterrupted” about life, motherhood, family, and DIY. Today as she shares about her own Yesterday, she reminds me of one of the most beautiful values that my own Grandparents shared: time with family. So enjoy, remember your own Sunday Dinners growing up, and when you’re finished, head on over to “My Thoughts-Uninterrupted” to Share the Love! Continue reading
It’s true. I went MIA over the past week. I wish I could say it’s because my husband and I stole away on a romantic, kidless, long-weekend. But actually, it’s just because I was crazy busy all day Friday taking care of other peoples’ kids (so they could go out) and then we spent the weekend at my Mother-in-Law’s.
We call it our vacation home. Continue reading
Whether you’re driving teenagers around the countryside all week or living under a constant spit-up shower, all parents need a little Valentine’s Day!
Over at the KMB today, I’m sharing some of my favorite fuss-free Valentine’s Day Date ideas that can be celebrated with or without your little tagalongs. Because sharing the love with the ones you love doesn’t have to be complicated (or expensive).
It really is the thought that counts… and the memories made!
Valentine’s Day is coming! I love Valentine’s Day. I love the candy. I love the colors. I love the meaning. And I love how you can make it either really complicated… or really sweet and simple. I definitely fall someplace in the middle.
Today I want to share a craft you can do to add a little pop of color and fun to your Valentine’s decorations (if you even HAVE Valentine’s Day decorations). And if you don’t, then this will be the perfect thing for you. Continue reading
As our world is flocking to the cities and the suburbs, it’s no surprise that some of our fondest memories of yesterday were spent in wide open spaces. (Well… as a Kansas girl that is ALL of my yesterday) But today, my sweet friend, Lauren (http://adventuresofjackandme.com), is sharing some of her most beloved memories and lessons of a beautiful childhood on her Grandparents’ farm.
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Why I slept beside my child last night- a reflection on love and loss. Continue reading