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I found Vinita Hampton Wright by accident. I’m part of a writers’ conference newsfeed, I guess (I don’t remember signing up for it), and Wright’s book, The Soul Tells a Story was going to be the focus for a workshop … Continue reading
Christian fiction has come a long way in the past 20 years. Less crying and helplessness and more strength and resolve in today’s heroines. Jody Hedlund’s new book, “The Doctor’s Lady,” is one instance where the main female character is strong … Continue reading
Today, the kids and I went to see “Despicable Me” in 3-D. My husband, John, and I heard good reviews, and all of us have had a very busy week with moving my office into the master bedroom so my oldest son can have the room. Plus, this morning we woke up to another dreary day with rain pouring down. I was glad for the rain–my vegetable and flower gardens need the soaking water to brighten them up.
On Monday, July 5th, it was a great day to pick blueberries. We went to northern Pennsylvania at the beginning of blueberry season to find fat, ripe berries to pick. The boys enjoyed getting under the irrigation boom while sneaking a … Continue reading
It’s summertime, and the living is supposed to be easy. But you, as a WAHM, know that it can get a little complicated when the kids are home from school. Continue reading
Where do you have your office–your work station–in your house? When I started freelance writing, it was a corner in my bedroom. Eventually, I moved to a corner in the dining room where I could still watch the kids in the back yard while I interviewed and wrote articles. When we moved into our new home, my office moved to aspare bedroom. But times and family needs change, and in August, I’m moving my office once again to the dining room table because the boys have to start having their own rooms. Continue reading
Why do you want to be a WAHM–(Work at Home Mom)? Where are you at in your business planning? Or have you been working at home for 20 years?
Are you pregnant? Or do you have older children? Where are you in your mothering journey?
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