Believe} No Worries

I don’t know how much of my life has been spent worrying, especially about my kids. It’s like children should come with a warning label when we birth them: Welcome to the uncomfortable world of maternal anxiety. When they were little, I worried about our kids health, about their education, about the choices they would […]

Believe} A Word Journey

A lot of people were happy to put 2020 in their rear view. Toilet paper and paper towel shortages were minor inconveniences compared to business closures and health concerns. It was an interesting (and frustrating year) here on the hill. It was the year that I learned to love grocery shopping and really dislike politics. […]