Category Archives: Motherhood

I didn’t know what to expect, but there it was.  It intrigued me.  It was different.  I flipped through it.  Examined it.  Read it.  Interesting. Finally, a devotional for women by women, speaking to the heart of women.  It is … Continue reading

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In the middle of a large-deadline-approaching-project my phone rings: “Hello? Mrs. Richardson? Yes… “KJ” just threw up… Okay, one of  us will be there in a few minutes to pick him up..” No questions asked. Our son is sick and … Continue reading

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With Mother’s Day always seems to come the reading of the “Annual Mom Salary” which attempts to measure the “worth” of a stay-at-home-mom and a working mother.  Whenever I hear this “salary” recited either on the radio as I drive … Continue reading

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