Butter Parmesan Crusted Tilapia with Pesto Sauce

Butter Parmesan Crusted Tilapia with pesto sauce came from my hubby’s New Year’s resolution for the whole family to eat more fish. Something happened while I was pregnant with my second child and I am no longer a fan of fish. So in order to fulfill his request, I need to be creative; because I … Continue reading Butter Parmesan Crusted Tilapia with Pesto Sauce

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Goals or Resolutions – Which Do You Choose

Here we are 9 days into the first year of a whole new decade. Everywhere you look people are screaming about resolutions, goals, and making this the best year yet. Is anyone else overwhelmed by the immensity of creating your best self? For 2020 it is time to choose whether I make resolutions or set … Continue reading Goals or Resolutions – Which Do You Choose

A Decade in Review: Taking Inventory of the Ups and Down

Whoa! The calendar flipped and we said good bye to an entire decade. Ten years used to seem like a long time, but today it seems like a little blip on the radar. As I started to plan out goals for the first year of the next decade, it seemed appropriate to look back at … Continue reading A Decade in Review: Taking Inventory of the Ups and Down

Embracing the Spirit of Giving Today and Every Day

My children insist on growing no matter how many time I ask them to stop. I blink my eyes and suddenly find myself with piles and piles of clothes no one can wear. It pains me for clothes that are in good shape to go to waste, so I make a habit of passing clothes … Continue reading Embracing the Spirit of Giving Today and Every Day

It’s A Different Kind Of Christmas This Year

Christmas Music is one of my favorite parts of the holiday season. As I travel around town dropping kids here and there and traveling from store to store on my errands, I have Spotify playing Christmas music by my favorite Contemporary Christian artists. I tend to have a very strong emotional reaction to music of … Continue reading It’s A Different Kind Of Christmas This Year

Celebrating the Season of Advent

**This post contains affiliate links, which help us fund our site at no additional cost to you. The Christmas season is full of hustle and bustle. Everywhere you turn there are lights, decorations, Santa Clause, and Christmas elves.  It is easy to be caught up in the excitement and forget the true meaning for the … Continue reading Celebrating the Season of Advent

Passing on Family Traditions – My First Thanksgiving

Family traditions are the back bone of our holidays. As a child, I always knew what to expect from any given holiday. I knew where it was going to be held, what the menu would be, and who would be there. Life happens and there would be minor deviations here and there, maybe an addition … Continue reading Passing on Family Traditions – My First Thanksgiving

3 Venison Recipes to add to your Collection

Your husband, brother, sister, or cousin goes deer hunting and now your freezer is full of Venison meat. What do you do with it? I get this question a lot and would like to share three of my favorite venison recipes. All these recipes originated from The Complete Venison Cookbook by Harold W Webster Jr. … Continue reading 3 Venison Recipes to add to your Collection

Praying for Miracles and Saying Goodbye

Twelve hours can change everything. On November 12th, 2019, my mom passed away from complications caused by CLL(Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia). After 22 months with CLL, she had one bad day. One bad day, twelve hours in the hospital, and then she left to meet her heavenly Father and see the face of Jesus. Fourteen days … Continue reading Praying for Miracles and Saying Goodbye

My Mom – A Legacy of Unconditional Love

My mom taught me the true meaning of unconditional love. Her life was a constant reflection of faith, family, and love. Her legacy will forever fill the lives of everyone who knew her. In my own words, here is the summary of my mom's beautiful life. A smile that lit up any room. My Dad … Continue reading My Mom – A Legacy of Unconditional Love