Making a Comeback

Photo Credit, David Niblack,

Photo Credit, David Niblack,

Making a Comeback

I’m back! My life has changed a lot since I was here last. I’ve done a lot of thinking during this season—about my life, about my writing, and about my legacy. I want to be able to look back one day and be proud of how I spent my time. I want to write, but first I want to live a story worth writing about. I want to make memories that the kids will look back on fondly. My kids are preteens (and next month I’ll have a preteen and a teenager!). My time with them is short, and I want to make the moments count.

Change is part of life, but we’ve had more than our share, with no end in sight. It’s only natural that my writing will reflect some of the changes.

A lot will stay the same. I will still be writing about my faith, my kids, and parenting and homeschooling struggling learners and kids with special needs and their very special siblings.

New topics will appear too. These include: single parenting, parenting preteens and teens, being a work-at-home mom, and domestic abuse education. (Despite what many people believe, a person doesn’t have to be physically abused to be a victim of domestic abuse. And it isn’t just between romantic partners. It can occur between parents and children and in other family or intimate relationships as well. Domestic “violence” happens as verbal, emotional, psychological, financial, physical, and sexual abuse.)

Other topics may come up from time to time, but these will be the focus for now.

If you’re interested in coming along on the journey, make sure you’re subscribed to receive email updates.

I’ll see you soon!

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4 Responses to Making a Comeback

  1. Karen W says:

    Good to see you back in the blog world. Been praying for you and the girls. Hope we see you soon!

  2. Hello, my friend! I know we talk all the time, but I thought I’d pop in here when I saw the post on FB. I know you’re through a lot, but you know I’ve been in all those places, too. (I’m still in some of them!) There’s a reason you and I are friends.

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