Time flies

It's been a couple weeks of change here in the Demko house. There was Spring Break with kiddos being home from school. Spring break also brought days long play dates—friends spending the night, etc… And dog watching for neighbors. Then it's been prep for Easter—two Easters, the one that happened this past weekend and Eastern … Continue reading Time flies

Humble pie

Humble pie does not taste good, but it's good for the soul. I love the visual of this statement. Can't you see it…some little kid with a plate of steamed spinach on the plate in front of them and his or her little nose all scrunched up. The metaphor of eating something that is SO … Continue reading Humble pie

Make Room for the New

Sometimes you have to give up a dream (or two) to make room for a new one to take root. It's kind of like gardening. You have to weed and prune to make room for new growth. It's never easy. I've been thinking about that a lot lately and every time I think, it's like … Continue reading Make Room for the New

Wake-up Call

Each day I read a devotional entry from Be Still…and Let Your Nail Polish Dry and then write about what that means to me. If you enjoy this, I'd love to have you along on this journey, even if you have a different opinion then I do. How else can we learn from one another … Continue reading Wake-up Call

Motivational Monday: Love and Acceptance

Love and acceptance has been on my mind recently—and because it might be because it's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This is one of my favorite MLK, Jr. quotes: Amen! I think the other reason I've been thinking about it so much is because I just finished reading Fried Green Tomatoes and at the heart … Continue reading Motivational Monday: Love and Acceptance