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My Husband is Not the Love of My Life

The funny thing is the more I learn to love and trust God, the better that I am able to love my husband, the more I appreciate my husband, and the closer we become. If you want to grow closer to your spouse, grow closer to God!  Ladies, can’t figure out your role in marriage? […]

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My Husband: The Superhero Daddy

Long before our youngest child’s speech adequately developed, he would always quickly identify his older brother’s toy action figures and superheroes as “daddy”.  It didn’t matter which one – Spider-Man, Superman, Batman or Hulk.  One quick glance at those insanely defined plastic muscles and it was “daddy”!  Truthfully, that’s how we ALL see him. My […]

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Family > Football: A Father’s Day Post

​ Ever since I was five years old playing flag football for the Eastside YMCA in Fort Worth, football has been engrained in my life. My father grew up in West Texas and lived a few blocks from the infamous Friday Night Lights’ high school, Odessa Permian. He played running back for Texas Christian University […]

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The Blame Game

Attitude is everything.  I’ve recently picked up a few (a lot more than usual) extra hours at work.  For a couple of years, I have been staying home to care for my babies.  I thought, well we need the extra income and I’m ready to be around others and have adult conversation.  Well, picking up […]

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Dear Waco, Sorry About My Driving

I try to be a good driver, I really do. Especially because Im carrying precious cargo. Also, my business is plastered across the back of my vehicle. (If you see someone in a FIT4MOM FIAT driving like a cartoon sloth named Flash it’s my husband) I’ve even taken defensive driving by choice not for ticket […]

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Comparison and Competition: The Game of No Winners

  “I am not interested in competing with anyone, I hope we all make it.” – Erica Cook   I recently read that quote and it really resonated with me.  Often times, women get too caught up in being competitive and not supporting one another.  Why are we, as women, so quick to compare ourselves to […]

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