Life - Laugh
Parenting is most effective when lived out by example. Although my parenting style is different than my moms, she taught me the most important thing: living by faith.
Graceful? No, that's not me, but that's ok. I've had some real memorable moments and sometimes it's just best to laugh.
Grandma and Grandpa notice a serious lack of wait staff at McDonald’s.
Do you have any idea how difficult it is to get a slippery, screaming toddler out of a tub when he thinks a zombie-like Jesus is going to show up at church?
I’m no stranger to interesting and sometimes gross things, but there are some things that just wear on me.
My name is Nancy, and I seem to be addicted . . . to television!
We plan for family trips and envision the memories we'll make. Rarely do they go as planned.
Does Jesus like to eat? See what you think?
They were seriously laughing at me!
Walking - it isn't as easy as it looks.
When a Christmas Carol gets on your last nerve . . .
Live, Learn, and Laugh! A Christmas memory...
No referral needed: The "Mayo Clinique" is sure to benefit you!
When I get to the "home" don't give me any stinkin' health food. I have enough, thank you.
Fighting with automatic doors gives a whole new meaning to "pick your battles."
"Un poco" is Spanish for "a little" which is exactly how much Spanish I know. But, I'm trying to change that and as it turns out, learning a new language can be quite entertaining.
Just when I think I've got a pretty good handle on my technology skills I realize that technology and real life don't always jive.
The directions to my friend's office in downtown Minneapolis seems simple; that is until I tried to follow them.
Ah, the memories of high school gym class. Do those exercises they made us to really produce results?
Childbirth morphs the body in unimaginable ways, but doesn't make us automatically mature.