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Pick Your Plum – A Giveaway of $200 in Target Giftcards

Guess what! Pick Your Plum is giving one of you and a friend each $100 gift cards to Target ....more

I Confided in My Friend, Not Her Husband

Dear Mouthy Housewives, I had confided in my friend a few months ago and it’s pretty obvious that she shared what I told her with her husband. I feel hurt and betrayed and embarrassed and like my friendship with her is over. Is it worth trying to repair it or do you think once the trust is gone, it’s gone forever? Signed, Don’t Blab ___________________________________________ Dear Don’t Blab, Oh, friends and their husbands, don’t get me started ....more

my everyday

Just 4 short years ago I was working 50-60 hours a week. My world revolved around my husband, our walks on the beach and my events that I was planning at work. It was a wonderful time in our life and our marriage. We had just made it through the first year of our marriage, and it was a wonderful year. We didn’t have that typical struggle through the first year that a lot of newlyweds have. We thrived through ...more

A Spirit of Gratitude: April 25

I AM THANKFUL FOR:  Evening out with the Man of the House New shoes Hamburgers cooked on the grill The sound of rain ...more

My Love Dare: Day 32

"The husband must fulfill his duty to his wife, and likewise also the wife to her husband" ~ 1 Corinthians 7:3 ...more

Ordinary Days

Janey found this stuffed bunny in her Easter basket.  Have you heard of Jellycats?  They are the softest stuffed animals I've ever felt and the Easter Bunny could not resist as much as she tried to ....more

What The Chick-Fil-A Cow Says About Our Life

This picture was taken last year, when Little Girl had only been home from Ethiopia 3 months and she met the Chick-Fil-A cow for the 1st time: ...more

“Wocks”

My daughter loves her “wocks” (rocks). It started many many months ago. Maybe you could say in Africa there wasn’t much to play with besides sand and rocks but that wouldn’t be entirely true. Just partially true. They were kind of everywhere and always free for the taking. We’d often have to stand by the gate and wait for her to dig through the sand so she could find the perfect “wittle wock” to bring in the compound. We could ...more