Oh how I long for the lazy days of summer again. Even though we aren’t in the stage of a ‘traditional’ school year any more, it seems that our schedule and activities still follows one. I really thought that with sending our daughter to college and being empty nesters that we’d have more down time and relaxed meals. But between blog events, church activities and social gatherings, it seems that two or three nights a week minimum, I need to get a quick meal on the table before we head out the door.
April 25, 1996, the day that had a lasting effect on the rest of my life; the day I became a mom.
And the question then arose: What Kind of Mom Would I Be?
It turns out I’m the kind of mom that would end up wearing the same clothes I had on the day before because of those late night (or early morning) feedings every few hours. The days of diva fashionista for me came to an end quickly. But that was okay, it was far more fun to dress up that tiny little girl than myself any way.