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What My Mom Doesn’t Know

One thing my husband and I talk about frequently when we are trying to “fix the world’s problems” is how really, the most life-changing, meaningful or successful way to “change” this world is by— investing in people. We sometimes go round and round about how the government is flawed, what horrible things we see on the news, or what “so-and-so” should be doing that they aren’t doing. All these conversations draw us back though. Back to people. The real change is personal in someone’s life. … Continue Reading »


Hometown Honey

This blog is one of the many exciting and unexpected things recently in our lives. If you would’ve asked us two years ago if we would be living in Georgia, a mile away from one another, sharing meals and raising our babies together…we both would’ve said “ no way…that’s crazy!” But… we are! Both of us are from the same hometown. We share the same roots. Roots that we love, cherish and miss every day, being away. Our memories are endless. Together, we played … Continue Reading »