Gramma Speaks: Cultivating Cross Generational Relationships

On the continuum of motherhood, I am smack dab in the middle. Well, kinda. I have 4 adult children and 5 that are in the category of high school, middle school and elementary. This means that I have graduated from diapers, potty training and preschool. So on one hand I could be considered an expert more »

Connecting the Generations: Make a Plan and Make it Happen

You know what’s weird? It’s weird that in the age of social media we know so much about people but yet we don’t know people. We don’t spend actual time with them. We know where they went on vacation and even get to look into their family scrapbook. We see what they made for dinner, more »

Women Encouraging Women: A look At Titus 2

I know it, how did we get here… has this much time really passed? It doesn’t “feel” like I’m an older woman and I’m sure it doesn’t feel like it to you, either. But here we are, part of that “older woman” demographic. In reality, you don’t even have to be THAT old to be more »

Intentional Input: Reflecting on my own Timeline

We all have a journey, a personal timeline. My friend, Ann Dunagan, from challenged me last year to find a way to compile a timeline of my life. I had made history timelines with my children for school and so I adapted the idea. Instead of thousands of years, I narrowed it down to more »