Honesty: Someone has to talk about mental health issues

Begin Chapter 2. A month after taking a deep breath at the end of along summer, the next part of our marathon begin last night like the crack of a bat. In the last blog, I mused about a four-part series. I guess this is Part II on honesty. There are things a person just … Continue reading Honesty: Someone has to talk about mental health issues

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Not in the brochure: missing experiences

After our foster son's birthday party guests left the other day, we invited our 12 year old to sit down in a chair in the middle of the kitchen. "Close your eyes," mama said. "I've got something for you that you've always wanted." Then, smash! The remnants of baby's smash cake went right into his … Continue reading Not in the brochure: missing experiences

It’s funny how life changes… and keeps on going

Life Changes by Thomas Rhett is one of my favorite songs right now. Three reasons: He's using a public platform to positively share about adoption. Second, that song is our life's theme song right now. Third, what other country song references Uganda? Life is changing fast in our home and it just keeps on going, … Continue reading It’s funny how life changes… and keeps on going