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honestly

My Friends Helped Me Survive My Husband's Deployment

My cell phone rang and I actually answered it, it would be a treat to talk to another adult. My husband was mid-way through an eight week Army training halfway across the US. I was home alone with three kids under the age of six, and my adult people-speaking skills were beginning to atrophy. read more

we love

Every Family Has a Story, Welcome to Mine

It was during my first year of MOPS I first heard about Samaritan’s Purse and Operation Christmas Child. A time when I was really questioning if what I did mattered. It was a question I asked frequently. I couldn’t find a contentment between being a mother, being a wife and being me. read more

honestly

My Friends Helped Me Survive My Husband’s Cancer

I came down with a stomach flu on Jonathan’s first day of chemo. I remember sitting on the edge of my bed with a bucket in one arm and trying to nurse the baby with the other. It felt like everyone needed every part of me, and I had nothing left to give. read more

essentials

What Operation Christmas Child Means to Moms

You may have seen and heard what Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts mean to the children who receive them, but what do they mean to their moms? Women who dream of giving birthday or Christmas or “just-because” gifts to their children but know buying school supplies and clothing will be enou read more

be you, bravely

Why I Hosted The Brave Collective

In the Fall 2014 issue of Hello, Darling we introduced The Brave Collective with the belief when we share our courage with others - it multiplies. A good friend of ours, Dalley Galuzzi, explains in her own words why she accepted our request for her to host the first Brave Collective in Denver. read more