I had been working on a post to publish today but now, it just doesn’t seem right to post anything other than a prayer for people of Paris. Join me in praying for their healing and safety.
Approximately six months ago, I was watching a story on CNN about climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. In those four minutes, I was struck with an overwhelming feeling I was meant to do that. I was meant to climb that mountain. In the short days that followed, things fell into place, leading me to apply for a trek […]
It’s so hard, isn’t it? To pause, take a moment with yourself and Him, before throwing yourself into the demands of the day? I struggle with this…most days. But I’m working on it, and remembering the Grace that He provides us. Sometimes…when the day has already started to wash away from me, I find […]
This. ALL THE DAYS this. Anyone else? Lysa, an author, speaker and inspirational woman posted this on her Facebook page this past Sunday. There I was, sitting on the couch, under the weather and wearing my cranky pants, and unintentionally scrolling through my Facebook feed when I came upon it. It stopped me and my […]
Let’s talk about mess, shall we? The mess that seems to follow in a trail behind our kids. Socks, shoes, legos, wrappers, sweatshirts, and numerous other things. We spend much of our time trying to teach our kids life skills by consistently reminding them to clean up, pick up, tuck your shirt in, make your bed, […]
Happy Friday Friends! WOOP! I’m no different than most, in that I really don’t feel like working hard on Fridays. So even though I love to write, it is really hard to put out quality, deep thinking, hard laughing, emotionally wrenching posts – for 30 days straight. And really, who wants to read all that […]
Back at the end of June, my little man Noah had a swim meet. If you follow Lifes a Disco Ball on Facebook, you saw the post below on the very early morning of June 28th. If you’re a friend of this page, you know that little man lives with a lot of anxiety, among […]
I don’t know how you do it. How do you manage it all? I have been asked this a lot over the last couple of years, since my son was diagnosed with anxiety and suffered severe bouts of depression. While managing through this, I was also working a full time job that required a hefty […]