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Moms, You Need a Mom Squad!

Moms, You Need a Mom Squad!

Here’s your PSA for the day: Parenting is tough. Really tough. Don’t go it alone. When my children were little, I didn’t make a lot of time for friends. With the lack of sleep and chasing toddlers all day, it… Read more →
To the Single Mom: You Are My Hero

To the Single Mom: You Are My Hero

I sat in my third grade class listening to the writing assignment, our chairs arranged in a circle with the teacher sitting directly across from me. It was the week after returning from Spring Break, and our writing prompt was,… Read more →
My Drug of Choice

My Drug of Choice

by: anonymous   You may have heard people say, “be careful what you wish for…” But if you you were raised in church like me, you may have been warned, “be careful what you pray for…” As shiny as life… Read more →
Chasing Happiness on a Treadmill

Chasing Happiness on a Treadmill

by: Devin Stanley   In July of 2013, I looked into the mirror and decided that it was time to take matters into my own hands. I was working full time as a data entry specialist, clocking in around seventy… Read more →
Choosing Life

Choosing Life

Becky Jones interviewed by Cassidy Doolittle   Becky was in her mid 30s working for the government negotiating contracts when she met Special Agent Paul Jones, fell in love and married. After a couple years of raising Paul’s two children… Read more →
Post Script: The Art of Letter-Writing

Post Script: The Art of Letter-Writing

Rachel shares her thoughts on the value of letter writing, and if she can manage to send out dozens in the busy life of a high schooler, we can can too!  (especially with her great hassle-free ideas.)   by: Rachel… Read more →
Returning from the Depths of Despair

Returning from the Depths of Despair

  By Brittany*   Trying to explain what major clinical depression feels like to someone who has never experienced it is like trying to explain colors to someone who was born blind.  It is experiencing a depth of despair that… Read more →
Winter Is Coming

Winter Is Coming

by: Christen Vermeulen   I shamelessly watch the show Game of Thrones, and in the beginning of the story, wise, old characters repeat the same warning over and over foreboding history to repeat itself: “Winter is coming.” The elders try… Read more →
Holidays, Party of One

Holidays, Party of One

by: Caitlin Bull   ‘Tis the holiday season, and all through the town, people put on a smile and ask the question ’round, “So, what are you doing for Christmas?” No one would expect by my courteous smile that I’d… Read more →
I’ll Pray for You! (No, Not Really…)

I’ll Pray for You! (No, Not Really…)

Her eyes brimmed with tears as she told me the story of how her father lost his leg in a farming accident when our paths intersected in Aisle 12. “The little nub is all he has left,” she sniffled. My… Read more →
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