Real Women. Real Stories. Part 5.

Intro by Liz Kent : This month, I am excited to share Kelly's story. I actually first knew Kelly because we grew up in the same neighborhood, though we were in different grades and didn't cross paths much. A couple of years ago, I ran into her at church and got a glimpse of her story. She is a wife and mom to a 5 year old daughter and one year old son. This is her story. Q: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” A: “A mom.” Since I was a little girl, no matter what additional dreams I had for my future, being a mother was always at the top of the list. After five years of marriage (and a Netflix binge of Parenthood), my husband and I decided to give it a go. Fast forward to eight mon

March Madness

I always feel like March is kind of a drag. I mean, mentally I totally think spring should be just around the corner and in reality, every year March still physically pretty much feels like winter. I mean here we are on March 1, with new snow on the ground. And oh hey remember that the snow season in Baltimore this year started in mid-November. So yeah-we have been dealing with the realities of winter for four straight months. Don't get me wrong-I actually really love snow. But I think at this point I have had enough and I am ready to actually be able to go outside without sinking into the ground. Winter can be tough for people, especially those already prone to symptoms of depression

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