Last weekend, our little family among millions accomplished something grand. It’s actually so monumental to us as a family that I imagine that the universe celebrated along with us at the very moment that it happened maybe even with the creation of a new star out there somewhere in the galaxy. The residue from broken … Continue reading A Broken Understanding
How is it that a dad in his early fifties decides to learn how to play an electric guitar? Is it the fulfillment of a childhood dream or perhaps a mid-life crisis? No. It’s neither. It simply has to do with love and respect for Kim as a singer and finding artists who are compatible with … Continue reading A Dad Takes Note | He Learns How to Play Electric Guitar and Joins His Daughter on Her Musical Journey
Do you happen to have a busy household with adult children still living at home with you? Perhaps you have grandchildren living with you as well? I do, and I find myself wondering at times how we manage to make it work. To give you an idea of what my household looks like in regard to the number … Continue reading Dad’s Coat | True Family Teamwork
Hi everyone! I hope this blog post finds you doing well! I'm currently working on my next book, the first in a series about talismans, and I'm excited to share with you that it's all about the car charms that we have hanging in our vehicles. The book is titled Stories of the Traveling Talismans © … Continue reading Call for Submissions | Do you have a car charm hanging from your rear view mirror?
This past week, Bill and I had the privilege of having all three of our kids home for the holidays. What a fabulous time we had! We even had the honor of having our youngest daughter Katlin's puppy with us. Katlin's puppy's name is Lily, and we all just love her! Of course, many conversations were had between all of us, and I … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings | I received an order for 3,000 butter cookies!
Just last week, while in St. Louis visiting my kids, I had an interesting experience that turns out to be unforgettable. What experience am I talking about? Well...it was Thursday morning, and I had taken my daughter Katlin's puppy outside in hopes that the tiny, 3 pound, four legged, black and brown, cute, furry bundle of energy would do … Continue reading A Lesson Learned About Time | The Dew on the Branch
As many of you are aware, it's official! Stacy's Flutterings is no longer on hiatus. In addition to writing regular blog posts once again, I'm bringing Wednesday Wanderings back. For those who might be wondering, Wednesday Wanderings is a series of weekly blog posts that I publish on Wednesdays. Each Wednesday Wanderings post is comprised of a quote that I find meaningful and … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings | A Mother’s Indomitable Will