I never thought I would ever be THAT Mum! You know the Mum I’m talking about...the one who cries when she sends off her kids to school. The Mum who spends all day (and night) with her little darlings and never complains. The Mum who gets excited about park trips and going to watch the … Continue reading I NEVER thought I would be THAT Mum!
Seatbelts! Ah they are so handy! By morning they keep my yoga mat safe and secure...by night they keep my takeaway safe and secure! Anyone else use their seatbelts for something other than keeping people safe? Laura xoxo
Do you ever have those days where you wake up and listen to a song that totally inspires you to get up and start the day off running? (Not literally) I listened to Lady Gaga’s “Just Another Day” on repeat and so far I have: Done a work out using weights Pretended I was in … Continue reading Just Another Day
I have always tried to hide my teeth in pictures because I was so ashamed of my crooked smile. When I was a teenager I had braces but as my wisdom teeth came in, my front teeth- particularly the bottom ones- all bunched together and all that pain and hard work was undone within a … Continue reading Straightening things out…starting with my teeth!
Ok, so I don’t know about you guys, but in my culture the word “pride” has some negative connotations. I’ve been taught in my religion to be meek, humble - some would say pious - and that pride is an emotion to avoid. But is it? As a woman, there have been a number of … Continue reading Whatever you do today, do it with PRIDE
There’s nothing more comforting than a big plate of homemade lasagne. This is a dish that I’ve been perfecting for over a decade and it’s Ross’ favourite. It tastes rich so smaller portions served with lots of veggies and garlic bread make it a perfect meal to serve a large family. I don’t make everything … Continue reading Laura’s Very Tasty Lasagne
Last night I dreamt I was camping with my family. My whole family. As in, my dad was there too. We were in a group talking when I suddenly seemed to become more aware and turned to my left and said “Dad! You’re not supposed to be here! You died!” And he smiled, placed his … Continue reading Grounding: Day Twenty Nine