It’s just about vacation time for us, which will involve an inordinately long time in the car with busy 3-year-olds, about 200% more potty stops than we’ve had to take before, and some quality time with family which will make it all worthwhile. It will also include a small blogging break. In my absence, I leave you with the following posts to enjoy –
Read this about the writing practice of “morning pages” on Chatting At The Sky
Need an internet break? Glennon bravely leads the way here.
My life in the preschool/lego stage in a quote by Gretchen Rubin
As one born and raised in the South, I say – “Can I get an Amen, y’all?” to this article on the Gospel Coalition Blog: The Kind of Churches We Need in the South
On the importance of not rushing through life: The Day I Stopped Saying ‘Hurry Up’ And a good follow up on how to savor the summer on Simple Mom: Be like the sun. One final link on this theme, connecting how anger and hurry are tightly connected: Slow to Anger. Obviously a message that I need to hear!
For those of you who, like me, love your kids but sometimes struggle with what you’ve “given up” in terms of career/education/conversation depth to be a mom: When you’re not sure if you want to be a mom
The title says it all: a prayer for the mom who’s worn
And one last one to send us (and perhaps you?) on your way – 4 tips for vacationing with your family