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Today started unusually chaotic and rushed. The kids slept in since they’d been up late all week trying to catch up on middle school stuff. As we all buzzed around the house, looking for this,...

Weekends growing up on base were the best. After playing outside with a bunch of kids in the field, collecting sticks for fort-building, riding bikes, and fishing at the query, all of us on the...

My wish for you, daughter, May you always see the beauty in nature: oceans, trees, and mountains. May you always know your body is a temple, designed perfectly and beautifully....

I’d been avoiding it like the plague. I just couldn’t handle the idea of sitting in that chair, facing all the questions. And I was stuck in a wrestling match, deciding if and when I...

A Few Things I Want To Share With My Kids As They Head Back To School. Find strength in your gifts and humility in your weaknesses. Choose being courageous over being perfect....

If you have ever made running a habit, then you know. No matter how long it’s been since your last one, you are still a runner. It is in your bones, your blood; it rests...

When did this happen? I swear it was literally yesterday. They were in diapers and cribs and highchairs and nursing and eating rice cereal. I carried a super cute diaper bag, and my shirt was...

what if when you were here, and I stuck there. what if. California had been Lejeune. Norfolk had been Okinawa. what if. The music would’ve changed. the lights would’ve come on. the night would’ve ended....

I was recently asked to think about WHY I WRITE. Good question. But here’s a true story. When I was in second grade, I did, in fact, write a story about a walking, talking sponge...

Ten Awesome Things About Getting Older: 1. You no longer care what people think. You own your style, your flaws, your awesomeness. Cuz you ain’t got time for no janky nonsense....