Writing


A Night with Ray LaMontagne

I’ve been a fan of Ray LaMontagne long before his hit, “Trouble” was featured on an insurance commercial. I played all of his albums on repeat while I worked on my novel last year. Seriously. On repeat. 1-4 hours every day for 6 months. In fact, Ray Lamontagne’s powerful gift of […]


Oh Deer

I woke up last week with a tickle. You know the tickle. The one in the back of your throat that predicts buckets of thick, yellow phlegm, labored breathing, a fever and five days of bed rest. Yeah, that tickle. Bad tickle. Bad, bad tickle. I always go to the grocery store […]


As a Wife, I’m Guilty of These Five Mistakes (And You Probably Are, Too)

After writing I’m Guilty of These Five Parenting Mistakes (And You Probably Are, Too), I knew that I needed to write a post that pays homage to the major muck-ups that I make as a wife. Maybe I’ll also blog about the mistakes that I make as a rainbow loom maker, Turbo […]


I’m Guilty of These Five Parenting Mistakes (And You Probably Are, Too)

Despite my Three is the New Two post that discusses the difficulties that I sometimes have with my absolutely normal strong-willed toddler, both of my children are typically well behaved. They use their manners 98.9% of the time and they’ve never stolen from the treasure box at school or set fire to anything of importance. I think […]