Mom-A-Grams: Just my Thoughts as a Mom

  • Prepared for the Pandemic

    I say I’m a pinball, and I’m glad the machine belongs to God. I can look back and see that when I started dreaming about things and feeling an urgency to take certain steps, it was ...

  • Finding My Thanksgiving

    This year, I faced strange challenges in my role as mother and trainer of children. The whisper came back: Is another child of mine being mistreated because of the world’s unresolved issues with the meaning ...

  • Impossible

    Impossible

    “Ignorant” is actually the appropriate denotation – the definition of the idea that No One gave us all the things we have. That Nobody made all the things we see… But the word I prefer ...

  • I Have Feelings, Momma

    “I Have Feelings, Momma…”


    I honestly forget who I am sometimes. I think I’m a writer. But writing’s ✍🏽 something I can do. I think of myself as “Mom,” ...

  • God Loves What Drives You Nuts

    God Loves

    What Drives You Nuts

    God loves the people that annoy me. Do you know that God loves the people who annoy you?

    There was this lady I used to see ...

  • From Living to Loving

    God, thank you for Joyce Meyer’s ministry. Her book, “Living a Life You Love: Embracing the Adventure of Being Led by the Holy Spirit,” made me know immediately that several things needed to change – ...

  • Every Mom is Running with Glass

    Imagine yourself running through life with a glass vase as you carry everything else it’s your job to carry… You’re eventually going to drop that vase, you know?

    And it will crack like an iPhone ...

  • Re-commitment Revelations Found in the Wilderness of Distractions

    So many things have happened since I last blogged about my unique take on friendship and, being a mom and wife in Christ… No writing has been happening, but I have cleared my office of a lot ...

  • Soldier On, Mom

    Maybe I’ve been watching too much of my favorite baking show, but I see now that parenting puts said parent on a floured counter to be kneaded and rolled. We get worked until the gluten of flexibility emerges. ...

  • Days of Our Lives

    I nurse the baby for about an hour after convincing her daddy to : 1) pick her up from where she’s tossing, 2) unwrap her from her nearly obsolete swaddle, and 3) hand her to me. I ...