Everything was already broken when you arrived at the scene. So it made complete sense to let the chaos define you! The anger and the heartbreak spilled over you and you tried your very best to take cover as best as you could. But you still have the scars from all stabs that came at… Continue reading It is Finished
I have a love/hate relationship with being a stay-at-home mom and I am not ashamed to say it! Don't get me wrong! I love love love....love my family and a fully own my decision to invest the biggest chunk of my time as a woman, into creating a beautiful, restful and life-giving space called HOME.… Continue reading 5 Things I Hate About Being a Stay-at-home Mom!
To be known and loved, is to be full. To be full is to be content. I am sitting here in my bed on a snowy day. I feel cocooned and wrapped in tight like a baby swaddled in a blanket. I feel a sense of joy, the deep quiet kind of joy that cannot… Continue reading His Presence At Bloomingdale Court
I find myself closing my eyes and letting the fresh cold breeze of winter brush my face. Only for a little bit though because I was born in Ghana and I still have that magnetic pull towards warm spaces running through my bones. But even I must concede that winter's quiet and simple song has… Continue reading Winter’s Content Song
Our Gratitude Challenge was an intentional attempt to catch all the tiny drops of rain falling over our lives on a daily basis. We have been counting our blessings one by one and the end of our challenge perfectly aligned with the end of the school year. We have much to celebrate and be thankful… Continue reading Gratitude Challenge: The End That Inspires Great Beginnings