Merry Christmas! If you are still around after my months of neglect and sporadic posting, then I am truly grateful to you. Thank you for being interested enough to stick with me. Blogging has been difficult for me this year. Between remodeling a house on […]
If you’ve been reading my blog for this past year, you might know that 2013 was a very hard year for me. I lost my Dad in June, and my husband essentially lost his job in August. In September, our lives were consumed by Eagle […]
I’m having a month. You don’t even know. When life gets hard, you only have a couple of options: laugh or cry. I’m trying to laugh because crying give me an uncontrollable female dog of a headache that can rage for days. Ain’t no one […]
My sister, Valerie Elkins, is the author of the blog, FamilyCherished.com, a blog that shares her love of family history and story telling. She is my guest blogger today. Take it away, Valerie!
After my big push to increase my blogging in October, it appears I’ve fallen back into my old ways. Some of you mentioned how down I sounded in my last post. I’m not going to lie. My battle with depression has been raging for the […]
I tried. I really did. Until I stopped trying. And then, I didn’t try so much after that. After my last post where I showed our plank ceiling progress, I had all these high hopes for finishing the month on a good note and redeeming […]
I’m sure it does not surprise anyone who knows me that I was not able to do 31 days of blogging. I tried. I really did, but I knew from the outset that October was going to be hard.
It’s 5:30 p.m. on a Friday night. I’m sitting in my truck in the high school parking lot, watching the Pride of the Valley, the Clear Fork High School Marching Band practice for its performance for tonight’s football game.
Did you ever watch Mary Poppins and remember Bert singing, Winds in the east, mist coming in. Like somethin’ is brewin’ and bout to begin. Can’t put me finger on what lies in store, But I fear what’s to happen all happened before.