Family, Writing

Lessons from an Author

I personally loved the Twilight Series books, flaws and all. I, for the first time, recognized and admitted something in myself that I had left unnoticed for a long time. My desire to write. After reading the first three books in three days--no, I didn't sleep much--I sat down and started writing. So, I will… Continue reading Lessons from an Author

Family

Family Time at the Yamboree

My hometown hosts a yearly festival that practically shuts down the entire town. It's a time of good food and fun, but most importantly, a time for family. "The family is the center of life and it is the key to eternal happiness"* is one of my favorite quotes. All families look different and that… Continue reading Family Time at the Yamboree

Being A Better Person, Emotional Health, Family

Big Changes…Big Blessings

Yesterday, after nearly 19 years of living with my oldest baby, we took her off to college. My baby is smart (graduated Valedictorian, got full-ride scholarships to her college), kind, loving, and beautiful in every way. She's a hard worker and takes her talents and increases them. If she wants to do something she may… Continue reading Big Changes…Big Blessings

Coaching and Mentoring, Emotional Health, Family, I Believe In Christ

Keeping the Commandments of God

  As parents, we have rules and guidelines for our children to follow. We teach them things that will help them live their lives happier and safer. We teach our children how to stay safe with strangers. We (hopefully) pay attention to their online activities and friends. We know who their friends are and try… Continue reading Keeping the Commandments of God

Family

Happy Father’s Day!

This is a special day for me, because I get to celebrate some great men! First and foremost is my wonderful husband and the father of my kids. John Jensen, I love you more than words can say! You are the hardest working, most loving man I know. Happy Father's Day! Now, to move on… Continue reading Happy Father’s Day!