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Little Gravel Road

Between our subdivision and town is a gravel road. Just one. It curves its way through fields and rocky hills, over an almost-creek, and towards another subdivision. The beginning and end are far from country; yet the space in between is a slice of rural heaven. Husband grumbles his wish that it be paved every time we use it. But I – I secretly hope it is never paved. That the gravel road lined by horses and cows somehow never ages. For even in its beautiful Colorado state, this dusty, random path is a nostalgic slice of Kansas.

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That One Time I Broke My Daughter's Heart

Her excitement didn’t surprise me. This girl is obsessed with everything baby. She speaks to, hugs, and kisses my stomach; tries to shove food in my belly button; and pokes my stomach before seriously ordering Moglett to, “Go!” I’m pretty sure she is going to be my little mama. When she repeatedly asked throughout the evening when we were going to the "baby store," I didn't think much of it.

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10 Lessons From Becoming A Work-At-Home Entrepreneur & Mom

Raising a business and babies isn't for the faint of heart. In those first days after leaving my secure, high paid job, I naively thought I would suddenly have all the time in the world to cook healthy meals for my children, keep the house sparkling, and build a business. I was no longer chained to a desk when someone told me to be there. There was no commuting or stepping out for super early East Coast conference calls. Days could almost be leisurely because all the time in the world was now mine.

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