Things were getting a little ho-hum at home, but when I attended an exceptional wedding, I was reminded of all the things I appreciate about my marriage.
Relationships in blogging are an interesting thing. Over the years, I’ve followed many blogs, some of which I still read, some not so much. Some don’t even exist anymore. It’s similar with my interactions here on this blog. I’ve enjoyed building relationships, as it were, through the comments (and emails! I do enjoy emails!), and… Continue reading New and Improved Relationships
The Twins from France were in town recently, and having seen an example of their talents on Youtube, I was really excited to see a live performance. We decided that I would go with Little Man, and my husband would stay home with Littler Man. We arrived earlyish and snagged good seats in the second… Continue reading A toddler’s perspective on the Twins from France
I started this blog back when I was single and it was called “Inspirations from the Holy Land.” My intention then was to provide my friends and family with an easy way to keep up with me while I was spending my year abroad. I chose to make a blog because in the past, I… Continue reading Why I blog
Those were the wise words a good friend of mine spoke to me when I was engaged to my husband. The entire idea was something to the effect of, “There will be times when you think that your husband is broken or something. He’s not. He’s just a guy. They’re just different from us.” I… Continue reading Your husband is not broken; he’s just a guy
My parents left last Sunday. We made the bris on Monday. Though I tried, at the brilliant suggestion of a friend, to find a mature, responsible girl who could assist me in getting out the door Monday morning, I did not meet with success. After an entire day filled with phone calls (who knew so… Continue reading Things that went right at the bris, or, Gratitude