My youngest turned seven last month. And he still has all of his baby teeth, is still a terrible eater, and has zero reservations about going to the doctor. One day he will kill me for telling you this, but I still carry him to bed every night and he has that same “spot blankie”… Read More My Seven Year Old Infant
My grandfather wrote for the LaFollette Press for over twenty years. In that time, he saw many changes to the world and the people in it. Yet, he always had a keen sense of understanding of Americans, but mainly those of us that are blessed to live in the South. I, as many of you,… Read More Brave Men Cry Too
Several months ago, my grandmother called to inform me that my uncle was moving, and that he could no longer house the collected works of my grandfather, a small town writer whose newspaper column in the LaFollette Press spanned decades. She inquired if I might wish to adopt them, to care for and ensure that… Read More A Few Collected Thoughts on a Life Well Lived
I had the awesome privilege this week of being featured on the Mom Struggling Well podcast! Host Emily Thomas and I sit down and talk about small town/farm life, struggles in motherhood, being a law enforcement family, loving where you live, and so much more. To listen click (here) and it will take you… Read More Check Out My Podcast Interview!