Apple Picking at the Guire Shire

  Yesterday was a perfect day for apple picking. I've been a bit under the weather since my vacation trip to SC, too much doing and not enough being. I struggle with this. I want to get 'er all done, only half the time, I spread my efforts so thin that I don't accomplish much [...]

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Don’t Rain on My Eclipse

Welcome guest poster, LeeAnn Stewart, a dear friend who recently started a blog! My children and I were standing outside staring expectantly at the sky. On our eyes were the eclipse glasses I had preemptively ordered weeks in advance, after much research on which ones were NASA approved. We had attached them to plates to [...]

When Nurturing Your Children Doesn’t Come Naturally

Friend Patty was sporty, fit and planned to become an astronaut. Instead, she became a wife and mother. Patty didn't feel as if she had a mothering instinct. Lovey-dovey stuff didn't come easy to her. She worked hard to curb her military manner. Because she worked so hard, she became an excellent parent. One of [...]

Don’t Just Survive, Thrive! (Part 4) Feigned

Modern feminism tells us women that we can/should have it all. We can have it all and there will be no consequence? That’s just not possible. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Basic science. If we have it ALL, we have to maintain it ALL. We should have it all together, [...]

Don’t Just Survive, Thrive! (Part 3) Feigned Feminism Friday

Modern feminism tells us women that we can/should have it all. We can have it all and there will be no consequence? That’s just not possible. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Basic science. If we have it ALL, we have to maintain it ALL. As Bud, my stepfather used to [...]