In his hit song, “You're Gonna Miss This,” Trace Adkins sings to a young woman who appears to be rushing through each stage of life. Barely a newlywed, she already has a plan mapped out for her and her husband to buy their first home. To this, Adkins advises her to slow down, as she … Continue reading I’m Going to Miss This
This piece originally appeared on HerViewFromHome.com (https://herviewfromhome.com/im-a-stay-at-home-mom-with-an-older-child-whats-next-for-me/) Growing up I always knew I was “going to be somebody and make something of myself.” An obsessive overachiever, I was confident I was destined to do something amazing with life. I had big plans for myself, and I never deviated from a well thought out plan. High … Continue reading As a Stay-at-Home-Mom With an Older Child, What’s Next For Me?
"In the end, I am the only one who can give my children a happy mother who loves life" - Janene Wolsey Baadsgaard While many women dread milestone birthdays and the inevitable aging that comes with another passing year, I am not usually one of these women. Admittedly, my twenties were quite difficult for me. Though … Continue reading What Happens to Mom When the Kids Grow Up?
This piece originally appeared on HavingTime.com My Child Isn’t Perfect, But Here’s What I’ve Learned From Him Last weekend my son and I joined my parents', my grandmother, and my sister's family in the White Mountains for our annual Fall weekend getaway. Our family has been partaking in this tradition for over a decade, … Continue reading My Child Isn’t Perfect, But Here’s What I’ve Learned From Him
*this piece originally appeared on Thought Catalog (https://thoughtcatalog.com/katie-logue/2017/10/from-boston-strong-to-vegas-strong/)* I am a Bostonian. Born and raised, I proudly bleed Boston through and through. I live and die by the Sox, Pats, Celtics, and Bruins. February 2002 was a defining moment in my life, as was October 2004. Before these historical days in our city’s history, I … Continue reading From Boston Strong to Vegas Strong
“United We Stand” “Love Wins” “I ❤️ NY” “Boston Strong” “We Were There For You During The Good Times.” “Thank You For Being There For Us Now.” “Vegas Strong” “Pray for Paris” “Pray For Brussels” “Succumb to Hate…” “Never.”
Pingback: Write here write now I sit grateful to finally have broken through a terribly frustrating bought of writer's block that lasted far too long. Write here write now I am up far too late, but terrified that if I give in to my heavy and sleep-filled eyes my inspiration will escape me once again, … Continue reading Write Here Write Now
Pingback: https://justawrittenthought15.wordpress.com/2017/03/15/self-centered/ Disapointed Daily, Devestated by What Should Have Been, You're Not Here Now and You Weren't There Then. Acceptance Is All I Have Left, For You Have Met All Expectations With Failure.
Pingbackhttps://dolphinsmakegreatsushi.wordpress.com/2017/08/17/grainy It's all so grainy, the future. Where will we go from here? What will happen to us? There's no clarity in sight. The picture is bleak at best. I can't see through the grainy picture. I can only hope the sun shines brightly beyond the grainy present.
Daily Prompt: Memory on the Menu Pingback: https://flowersandbreezes.wordpress.com/2015/07/10/my-memories/ Memories have long fascinated me. A huge source of comfort to me, it never ceases to amaze me how seemingly mundane things like songs and smells can immediately transport me back in time to experience a memory. Today's question asks us, "which memories are better - the recent and … Continue reading Memories of Sweet Haze