I love casseroles. I mean really love them, and for a variety of reasons. First of all they're so versatile. You can make this with meat, with vegetables, and you can serve them at any meal (breakfast casserole anyone?). They are the perfect dish for a sick friend, new mother, mourning family member, or church… Continue reading Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole
I recently posted a photo of a recent grocery haul on social media. The caption stated that it cost $45 and that it would feed my family for a week. That post sparked the curiosity of many a reader and received a lot of comments from people who want help shrinking their grocery budget. Good news… Continue reading My $45 Grocery Budget
What makes a woman strong? Is it her ability to lead marches and political movements? Is her contribution to her cause? Is it her actual physical strength and physique? Is it the strong walls she builds around herself to guard her emotions and her heart?I have been blessed to have a lot of strong women in… Continue reading Today’s Woman of Strength
If all goes as planned and Lord willing, Logan will be home a whopping five days in July. These will be the some of the most difficult days this month. Wait, what? Yes, you heard me correctly. Please understand I love having my husband home during the summer run because being a rodeo wife is challenging. It… Continue reading When The Cowboy Comes Home
How my miscarriage taught me to always choose kindness.