TIME stands for: The Intentional Mealtime Experience. I love having TIME with my family and try and encourage others to do the same. Gathering family around the table and spending time together is one of the best gifts we can give to anyone. I have found that when I make it a point to […]Continue Reading →
I’m not going to say that I read “fluff.” But I do usually read the more popular book – the current bestsellers. And I love them!
So I decided I needed a challenge. I found a Pulitzer Prize winner (and a long one at that) and started on the journey through the over-700-page tome. […]Continue Reading →
Marriage is hard work. There is no doubt about it. It takes intention to keep it moving to good places. Brian and I have so much fun together, but we struggle at times. We have been married for almost 20 years now, and one thing has helped us like no other.
This was a fun little game we played after dinner one evening! Making mealtime a place of connection is one of my passions – and I want to share the ideas with you. I came up with the acronym TIME: The Intentional Mealtime Experience and will from time to time share dinner table activities and […]Continue Reading →
I saw it. I had to try it. And it was good!
I was flipping through a recent Cooking Light magazine and saw recipes for lighter versions of dessert. This one caught my eye!
Kids love to dip. I recently got these cute little containers for my kids’ lunch boxes. Here’s a photo:
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How fitting that my first TIME (The Intentional Mealtime Experience) post would be on time itself? Ironic! Brian did this little experience with our kids (and me!) and it was powerful. Here’s how he did it:
After dinner we all sat around the table and Brian got out a huge bowl of Sour Patch Kids (he […]Continue Reading →