Framing our Pain

Sometimes the hurt and the hard in this life just feel like too much. Am I right? Sometimes we reach a point where emotional turmoil has continued for so long and runs so deep, it bleeds into a physical aching. We wear it on our faces. We carry it … [Continue reading]

Spaghetti Squash Lasagna

Our crew is making steps to incorporate a few more veggies and a few less carbs into our diet. Summer is the perfect time of year to do so! Our most recent trial run was a loose adaptation of an amazing recipe from happy-mothering.com. … [Continue reading]

Parmesan Chicken

Today's post is another "big-batch" recipe. This coating for chicken freezes well and can be stored for up to three months. Our family is transitioning into having more cooks around the house (high school and college-age kiddos make marvelous … [Continue reading]

Creamy Hash Browns Supreme

Tis' the season for baking in big batches! I don't know about "ya'll" but end-of-year functions have me cooking in large quantities! So...in the event the next few months find you in the middle of a graduation, a wedding reception, a family … [Continue reading]

When Mercy Finds Us

Have you ever felt stuck in something? A relationship? A habit? A job? A dream? A good ol’ fashioned rut of some sort? … [Continue reading]

When God Shows Up

Heavy eyes. Heavy heart. It was the morning after a fitful night. An infection was waging war inside my body. But the physical struggle was outmatched by the wrestling between my mind and my heart. I couldn’t stop the physical pain, and I … [Continue reading]