To the barista that saves my sanity

Family, Introverts, Mental Health

I’m not sure you’re called a barista. I mean, it’s not Starbucks or some fancy cafe…it’s just Dunkin’ Donuts. Anyway. You’ve seen me through a lot. Through the drive thru window, you hand me whatever caffeinated concoction I need that day, but what you don’t know is you’re handing me a moment to recharge. You’ve […]

May 9, 2017

The struggles of parenting when you’re an introvert

Family, Introverts

Introverts have it rough in a time when social interaction is at it’s highest, but many are able to avoid the situations that make them most uncomfortable, at least some of the time. But what can you do when you’re a parent who prefers being alone? ChildrenĀ needĀ their parents and often, an introverted parent can’t simply […]

April 21, 2017

The Summer Camp Struggle: Bible Study or Bust?


My kids got me thinking today. They came home with a brochure for summer camp and said they wanted to spend a week at overnight camp. I thought that sounded like a great idea! I went to overnight camp, I was a little older than them, but more sheltered, I think they would do great. […]

March 23, 2017