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Author Archives: Melissa Kunze
Do you have one? A fitbit? It’s a blessing and a curse. There are several features I really like about the fitbit. And truth be told, I thought the challenges were fun…at first. One on one with a friend or … Continue reading
We all know there are not just seasons on the earth. There are seasons of life. Young adult. Newlywed. New parent. Toddler parent. The yo-yoing stage of teen parent (where you get along one minute and fight constantly for the … Continue reading
It does not seem that long, and yet it seems like forever. There are days it feels like just yesterday, and days that it seems further away. Some days, my heart aches, but other days it sores with memories. Songs … Continue reading
I know, I have been slacking. Dramatically. In the posting department. It is not that I have not thought about posting. I have. A lot. But then I felt like I might be whining. And not about anything a good … Continue reading
This month has been bittersweet. I am no longer a homeschooling mom. At least not in the active definition of the word. How, no seriously, how did this happen?!?! When did my baby boys grow up? When did I blink … Continue reading
Hi Y’all! I know what your thinking, “Oooo, another flash-bang post”, well….kinda. Sorta. No, not really. Although, I would totally empathize and completely agree with you. I pop in, I pop out. This crazy, wild, adventurous, sometimes-downright-“enough already” life. It … Continue reading
We all have that one blogger that we just adore and inspires us. Truth be told I have a couple, but in the goals department no one beats Mavis over at One Hundred Dollars a Month. She is a rockstar … Continue reading
In honor of 2017, I thought it would be fun to share seventeen things about me you may not know. Some are serious, some are silly, but nonetheless they are random tidbits about me I thought I’d share. I have … Continue reading
Seriously, what is it about that road and it’s pavement being good intentions? Is blacktop not good enough for it? You know how this road gets paved right? It looks a bit like this: Oh, I need to get back … Continue reading