I'm a wife, a mother of two, an accumulation of all that came before and all that will come after, plus loads of baked goods and gobs of grease. I've returned to my roots to live simply and to feed my family tree.
I'm interested in marking milestones with my family, investigating the magic of a moment, and having fun with language along the way.
One part foodie, one part gardener, one pinch political, one large heaping mommy blog. Garnish with photography. Stir thoroughly and enjoy!
I have one elder daughter and a new pair of boy/girl twins, one husband, two cats, thousands of plants and a love of food, photography, gardening and writing.
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Solo Pastor of a congregation, emerging leader within my denomination, happily married to my soulmate, mother of 2 beautiful and vivacious daughters, homeowner. I thought I was where God desired me to be for present and preparation of future until… Through holy discontent the Spirit blazed and turned my life and the life of my family inside out. That was January 2010. I was 38-years-old.
Now a stay-at-home Mom and burgeoning author, I require of myself nothing more than placing one foot in front of the other. I live life, instead of survive it, which is no small miracle....more
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womantalk.org is mostly about art, culture, and parenting. I also tell stories and share information about my current obsessions; from puppy training to getting organized, running, cooking, book clubs, money talks, and finding writing work in the magazine industry, to name a few.
I was single mom for seven (long) years in Joshua Tree, California, but recently married a sweet, steady librarian in south Orange County. If you're looking for a diamond ring in LA or planning a wedding for under $2000, check out my categories!
“Within every woman there is a wild and natural creature, a powerful force, filled with good instincts, passionate creativity, and ageless knowing. Her name is Wild Woman, but she is an endangered species. Though the gifts of the wildish nature come to us at birth, society’s attempt to “civilize” us into rigid roles has plundered this treasure, and muffled the deep, life-giving messages of our own souls....more