Monthly Archives: May 2014

18 posts

Fist Bump Friday {Living Outside the Stacks}

Happy Fist Bump Friday

If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you know that I like to do a little something called “Fist Bump Friday”, where I encourage my friends to share something that made them happy during the week. Sometimes we get so bogged down with life and the crazy that comes […]

Words of Wisdom for the Graduates {Living Outside the Stacks}

Words of Wisdom for the Graduates

My babies are graduating from high school today. So this is gonna be a rough one for me. I’ve already shared my words of wisdom with them here and here, but now I’m asking you to help me celebrate my twins’ graduation… Please share your words of wisdom with the […]

Week in Review {Living Outside the Stacks}

Week in Review: Week 19

So this week is gonna be an emotional one for me… My twins are graduating from high school. High school. My babies. My teeny tiny looked like they still had their tails when they were born babies. I’m so not ready. Let’s not talk about that right now… This is […]

Congratulations Mr Eighteen {Living Outside the Stacks}

A Letter to Mr. 18 on Your Graduation

My dear sweet boy young man, you were our surprise. As in nine days before you were born, we found out you’d been in there just chillin’ — synching your heartbeat to your sister’s, matching her breath for breath and kick for kick. Never letting on that you were there. As I […]

Friendship for Grown-ups: A Look Back

Three years ago, I reviewed a book by Lisa Whelchel called Friendship for Grown-ups: What I Missed & Learned Along the Way. Lisa talked about how she was on this show that was all about the strength and support that comes from having close female relationships, yet she was all alone.  Lisa’s words spoke […]

Week in Review: Week 18 {Living Outside the Stacks}

Week in Review: Week 18

Hi! How was your Mother’s Day? Mine was nice. I did very little. Just ate a bunch of stuff I shouldn’t and watched a lot of TV. Decadence. Pure and simple. Sitting by the Mississippi River with The Hubs is the only way to end the weekend. My mom and […]