Unhinged Woman:The Eccentric Musings of a Wife, Mom, & More
Welcome to Unhinged Woman, where my roles as mom, wife, pastor’s wife, daughter, and friend collide. As most women know, this juggling act can leave you overwhelmed and disheveled. I have found that my thoughts are an escape from the chaotic. All the duties, responsibilities, and obligations of life can be balanced by a little daydreaming and some humor.
If you need to get away from your unhinged life for a few minutes, connect with someone other than a 7 year old or your husband, or discover some ideas to help you change things up a little, carve out some “me time” and explore Unhinged Woman.
We all have those seasons in our lives when we can’t exactly explain how we feel, except to attribute our feelings to the “blues”. Sometimes, nothing in particular is wrong. Other times, everything is wrong all at the same time. Either way, God’s plan is for us to live a victorious life and that means it’s time to beat the blues.
The recent school shootings, which are horrific, have reopened the debate about America’s gun problem.
We all have our moments. We all go through seasons in our life when we’re not at our best. Sometimes, however, it’s more than a moment, or a day, or a season. Sometimes people are idiots for the long haul. Here are a few questions to ask yourself when you want to determine whether or not you’re being an idiot.
Whether you love or loathe being homebound, after a few days, things can get monotonous. Here are a few ways to make the most of your time while you and your family are snowed in.
Your pastor’s wife loves you. She has a burden for you. She’s also a wife, mom, and person. She can be pushed over the edge. Whether you want to push your pastor’s wife over the edge or avoid doing so, this list is for you.
No matter how many times we have failed to stay true to our New Year’s Resolutions, we really can’t help but make new ones, even if we keep our vows a secret. Regardless of whether you keep these goals to yourself or whether you proudly proclaim them from the rooftops, here are a few things to remember as you evaluate your path through the new year. I’ve learned most of these lessons the hard way, but you don’t have to!
I’ve always loved writing and receiving letters. Call me an old soul, but letter writing is a lost art. There are just some things that need to be written instead of spoken. There are some things too important to be properly conveyed in a text message. Some letters are meant to be sent. Some letters are meant to be tucked into a journal, their recipient never becoming aware of their existence. Some letters are meant to be shared with you.
Does it get any better than snuggling in with a blanket and a good book on a cold, winter day? One way to improve upon this scenario is for this cold, winter day to be during the holiday season and for your book of choice to be a Christmas book! If you want to make life even better, if you can stand it, is to gather your kids and have a few minutes of peaceful Christmas reading together. From Little Golden Books to Novellas to one of the best Novels of all time, here’s my list of what to read this Christmas season!
It’s that time; time for Christmas carols, hot cocoa, Christmas plays, and wrapping gifts! It’s also time to cuddle up with your loved ones under a cozy blanket and watch a good Christmas movie. Here’s my list of what not to miss this Christmas Season.
Appalachia is not the only desirable area of the United States, but, in many ways, it’s the American Promised Land. Here’s a few ways to tell when you’ve made it there.