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Ode to my husband

Ode to My Husband

I, like many other women, have been blessed with a spouse who loves me beyond measure. I don’t express to him often enough how much I treasure him for all he does for me, for our kids, for others. And so today, I shout from the mountaintops (well, OK, the computer screen) a few accolades […]

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So, Austin, We Were Dating :: When You Almost Move

“The past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities.” -Stephen Hawking When I was young my family moved frequently, if not to a new city a different house in the same city. However, as an adult I have moved less. I went to college at Wichita State in 1999, […]

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Surviving Home Improvements

It’s 9 o’clock at night. My husband is hiding his tools as I’m frantically vacuuming this room, affectionately known as the FOREVER FIXER UPPER GUEST ROOM. The room still doesn’t have paint on the walls, or the ceiling, but it does have carpet and a bed that is staged beautifully. This poor room is the […]

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When You've Tried But You Just Don't Like Your Mother-in-Law

When You’ve Tried But You Just Don’t Like Your Mother-in-Law

We recognize that sometimes the things we feel we can’t talk about are the things others also feel unable to discuss – this post has been published anonymously as part of a series to engage our community in those difficult conversations. Click here to read more posts from this series. When I met my husband […]

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True Love Is Letting Mama Take NyQuil

Sickness struck everyone in my house recently. My husband and I were both feeling pretty awful, but still functioning as parents have to do. We were both worn down, exhausted and in desperate need of a good night’s sleep. We both got ready for bed thinking the same thing, I’ll take some NyQuil and hopefully […]

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