It is hard living in the world we live in. I find it so easy to see nothing but hate, sadness, tragedy, and despair. It is a cold and lonely place out there. We are all pitted against each other in a time when we would gain so much more if we were cheering for each other. This is why I choose not to live of this world but of another. I choose to live in my Father’s … [Read more...] about Do You See What I See?
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The following post is sponsored by Ragú®Put a fun new spin on a classic recipe and make a New Tra-Dish! This one comes from Jaime, founder of Mom's Test Kitchen, who whipped up some absolutely delicious Chicken Cacciatore Sliders.Check out her post below:Chicken Cacciatore gets a new twist with these easy to make Chicken Cacciatore Sliders! All the flavors you love … [Read more...] about New Tra-Dish: Chicken Cacciatore Sliders
One of the most rewarding things about learning to garden is seeing the plants thrive. Although I’m a beginner gardener, I've learned that chives are such a hearty plant, and seem to flourish with very little maintenance. My lovely friend recently gave me lettuce seeds which I planted in a pot alongside my chives. They are also doing well with very little … [Read more...] about Potato Chive Soup Recipe
Have you ever been in a situation when you felt the walls of your life closing in on you; pressing against your hope, your faith, your peace? I know what that feels like. My family suffered a series of back-to-back blows. My son was diagnosed with autism on a Thursday, and the next day, my husband lost his job. We were pawning, scraping and doing everything we could think … [Read more...] about How Jasinda Wilder Saved Her Family’s Home Writing Steamy Romance Novels
During April, we have celebrated incredible women raising children with autism as a part of our MOMMIES DO THE MOST AMAZING THINGS interview series. The mom who is the subject of today's interview has a special place in my heart and in my family’s journey, though we have never met face to face. When my son was diagnosed with autism at two years old, it thrust us into … [Read more...] about Interview With “Talk About Curing Autism” Founder Lisa Ackerman