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The Highs and Lows

The Highs and Lows

I had a pretty simple plan today. Work. Come home. Make coffee. Drink coffee. Write my weekly post. All was going according to schedule until I was about 5 minutes away from home. That’s when the tire light came on in my car. Oh great.  Seriously??? I […]

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Goodbye Clutter! Hello Peace!

Goodbye Clutter! Hello Peace!

Today turned out to be the most wonderful day of the year for my youngest daughter and I. No, it’s not Christmas.  It isn’t even either one of our birthdays. It was “spring” cleaning and the truth is, it was anything but wonderful. I found that my daughter had […]

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Just Like Me

Just Like Me

My daughter likes to walk around in my heels and wear my jewelry sometimes. It’s amusing to see her shuffling with the shoes, trying to keep her balance.  The other day, I was wearing a sundress, and she asked me if she could have it when she […]

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Sit Back and Enjoy the Ride

Sit Back and Enjoy the Ride

My firstborn son, Josh, received his drivers’ permit earlier this year. So here we were, in a parking lot. I asked my younger son to buckle up as his big brother was about to take over the wheel. When I turned around, this is what I saw. […]

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The Tipping Point

The Tipping Point

Just a few days ago, while my husband and I were out, he dropped me off at near-by Starbucks while he took care of an errand. I decided to make the most of my down time.  I grabbed a drink and my phone, propped my feet up and […]

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The Impact of the Father

The Impact of the Father

I remember when my children were infants, there were moments they seemed inconsolable. Whether they were in physical pain or something had upset them, the tears flowed incessantly and their cries were excruciatingly loud. Such moments were heart breaking. That is, until their Daddy said their name, […]

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I Knew You

I Knew You

One of my favorite things to do while I was pregnant with my first child was settle in and read about how she was developing inside me.  The book would describe my baby week by week, and would even use tangible, descriptive words to give me a better […]

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Share Your Story

Share Your Story

                Since I was young, I have strongly disliked public restrooms (especially on road trips). I’m no diva….I just prefer clean bathrooms (and I have a very strong gag reflex).  So, on such family trips, we had a routine. I […]

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Devotional: The Battles Women Face

We are so excited to announce that Whispers & Fringes has published our first YouVersion devotional plan – The Battles Women Face. Check out the link below to subscribe to the plan. These devotions, like the posts you read every week, were written by our team of […]

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New Things

New Things

We were on a road trip…and guess where we ended up for dinner? (Hint: check out the sign in the back). Talk about comfort zone. It was safe. It was predictable. We knew what to expect. We left full. The next day, my husband consulted Yelp and […]

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