Contentment

Contentment

Sometimes I catch myself sliding down the slippery slope of discontentment, and when I start the decent it is very difficult to catch myself. Yesterday, I was reminded that I am not alone. I started off the morning with a spiritual gathering of parents at the boy’s...
The Right Colored Glasses

The Right Colored Glasses

“When I’m seeing the world thru the right colored glasses it’s all crystal clear. When I lose sight of what really matters, that’s when I wind up here…” – Templeton Thompson “Right Colored Glasses”   I tend to be a bit extreme, set unrealistic expectations...
Longest Days, Shortest Years

Longest Days, Shortest Years

We’ve been watching a lot of old home videos this summer while transferring them to DVD, and I LOVE replaying moments when my big boys were little. I remember how challenging it was keeping up with those three little guys. The days were long and left me physically...
Father's Day

Father's Day

Ever since I can remember my dad called me “Tara Pizer Twinkle Toes”.  I’ve asked several times, and no one, including him, seems to know where the name came from, but for whatever reason it stuck for many years.  I believe it was sometime during my junior high years...