Taking control during the COVID-19 pandemic

Quarantine Life during the COVID-19 Pandemic has been tough. It’s hard enough on us grown-ups, but it’s even harder for the kids. They’re accustomed to the grown-ups being able to control things and take care of them. Coronavirus is scary.

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Stained glass showing Jesus calming the storm. A clear sign of God's Reassuring Love.

I’m writing this as we’re watching Dorian slowly make his way towards Florida. We were on vacation earlier this week and were blindsided by the possibility of a hurricane. I woke up anxious (again) this morning about the entire situation. I’ve made myself several lists to force my productivity (not just for hurricane prep, but…

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standing in the corner

As a parent, I wish I could just have someone give me a set of very specific rules on discipline that works every time with every child for every circumstance. But no, they have to go and be their own individual, unique little flowers, even when it comes to acting up. They’re a little older…

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plate of spices for cooking Mexican food

A few years ago I had the chance to take a trip to Cabo San Lucas. I immediately took the opportunity to learn how to cook Mexican food. Along with my husband and a small group of friends we visited Donna Somerlott at her home and school, Casa de Colores. It was an amazing experience.…

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