Humor

Ignorance is Bliss

Ignorance is Bliss

By Kelly Hines “He was taking a bow and the sand would reshape according to the resonance of the vibrations…” That’s where he lost me. We’d been watching a documentary the night before on the expansion of the universe, and my husband was trying to explain what I’d...
How Southern Grandmas Say OMG

How Southern Grandmas Say OMG

By Guest Blogger Misty Nichols, author of Back Porch Bliss Words cannot express how much I love and miss my grandmothers. They were raised in opposite worlds and their lives could not have been more different, but they both loved their families beyond what we felt we...
Prank Wars

Prank Wars

By Laura Simon I was digging through my minivan the other day, looking for something I told my children to put in a safe place, when I found all the socks in our house. I’m only slightly exaggerating. It seemed that literally our entire stash of children’s socks – and...
Five Questions that Make Me Cringe

Five Questions that Make Me Cringe

By Katie Moosbrugger Most of you reading this are moms, and while we may be in different stages of motherhood, I’m guessing we’ve shared similar experiences. From being pregnant to losing the baby weight. To celebrating our child’s milestones. From choosing a school...
The Morning Struggle Is Real

The Morning Struggle Is Real

By Guest Blogger Ginny Olson With little ones around, plus a full time job, this momma really likes routines. Especially in the morning. Where everyone wakes up, dutifully gets dressed, eats organic goodness for breakfast, brushes teeth, combs hair, and washes face...
The Candidate

The Candidate

By Kelly Hines “You should totally run for something,” my friend Alex says. “Like school board, or county commissioner, or dog catcher.” She’s drinking wine glass number three of six, and I’ve had two whiskeys, which is just enough to make this sound like a good idea....