Making It Your Own

This whole week I’ve been busting my tail to paint my new office and desk and put my new space together so that I am ready for my first day of my new full-time job on this coming Monday. I’m super excited and it’s going to be gorgeous!!!  Thankfully, Lee has been right by my […]

Thinking VS Doing

Did you know there is a difference between thinking about doing something and actually doing it? This may sound ridiculous, but it made a ton of sense this past Sunday when my pastor asked how many of us thought about reading the Bible and then asked how many of us actually DO IT. The number […]

Looking Forward

As I see the summer coming to an end, I find myself looking forward to the new school year and all of the exciting things it will hold. Go figure, but my boys are not nearly as happy as I am that the summer is over and it’s now time to get down to business…hee, […]


Have you ever wondered what IT is that makes people who are in terrible circumstances or situations continue to move forward after the fact? Think about it, there isn’t any possible “human” reason to walk through life when the end for each of us is death.  Sad, but true. So, why are there some people […]

The Commencement Speech

A few weekends ago, I was honored to go to my sister-in-law’s college graduation.  I went to show our love, support, and happiness for her amazing accomplishment!!  You go girl!!!  WOOHOO!!! However, I never dreamed I was going to take notes during the commencement speech because the ceremony was SO GOOD!!!  (I’m such a dork.) […]

Still Struggling….

It’s the middle of August and I’m still panicking.  Ugh. I wish I could tell you that I’ve conquered my fears, overcome my weakness and moved forward to a better and stronger Meg, but the truth is that many times during the day I fight HARD to keep myself from dissolving into a puddle of […]

The Easiest Lie to Believe…

In case you haven’t noticed, there are people struggling around us every day. Whether it’s the one who lost his job, the mother who’s about to pull her hair out over a screaming baby, or the teenager who doesn’t fit in – sad, depressed, lonely and hurt folks are everywhere. Being down in the dumps […]

It’s Gonna Be Us Some Day….

Last week was full of tragic stories of loss.  It seemed everywhere I turned there was another heartbreaking tale from friends and family. The 25-year-old cousin of my nephew who overdosed after a long-term sobriety, two teenagers lost at sea who were friends of a friend of mine, the 45-year-old acquaintance who died of a […]