Hi, Mom. Hi, Dad. I know you must be on the edge of your seats after reading a title like that, but I knew I had to get your attention somehow. You see, for the past few weeks since we've been on a stay-at-home order, I've been hearing you say things to me like "if... Continue Reading →
As blessed as I am to have my family safe at home, I go to bed each night sad and terrified for others.
After several days of nerve-wracking tryouts, my oldest son, Isaac, made his middle school basketball team. All the players who made the cut were told they would still have to work their hardest to prove they deserve game time. They practiced just about every day after school for two weeks and I heard Isaac talk... Continue Reading →
My husband and I both attended Catholic schools from grades K-12, so when it came time to send our first son to kindergarten, we were a little skeptical about public education. We discussed how in our small classes growing up, we had the same 20 kids every year. Our teachers, for the most part, seemed... Continue Reading →