Less House More Home

Posted by Cindy Conner on

“You know the Brady Bunch?  Picture them with knives.” 

There were seasons in my life, sometimes years long seasons, where this was much more my reality.  Nobody told me about sibling rivalry when they were describing their 26-hour labor and delivery tales and giving out their unsolicited parenting advice. Nobody told me raising a family and having a home would be the hardest thing I would ever do. 

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Less House More Home

Posted by Cindy Conner on

“You know the Brady Bunch?  Picture them with knives.” 

There were seasons in my life, sometimes years long seasons, where this was much more my reality.  Nobody told me about sibling rivalry when they were describing their 26-hour labor and delivery tales and giving out their unsolicited parenting advice. Nobody told me raising a family and having a home would be the hardest thing I would ever do. 

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Confessions Of A Raving Maniac

Posted by Cindy Conner on

Years ago, when my kids were still at home, whenever we were having people over I got crazy.  It didn’t matter if it was a holiday shindig or a simple dinner with friends, I believed the house and menu had to be perfect to a ridiculous degree.  I ashamedly confess that to say I behaved badly is a gross under-statement.  I would be a raving, ranting maniac with my family and the door-bell would ring and I would instantly transform into the very epitome of good humor and hospitality.  It’s a wonder my kids have any decent childhood memories.

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Confessions Of A Raving Maniac

Posted by Cindy Conner on

Years ago, when my kids were still at home, whenever we were having people over I got crazy.  It didn’t matter if it was a holiday shindig or a simple dinner with friends, I believed the house and menu had to be perfect to a ridiculous degree.  I ashamedly confess that to say I behaved badly is a gross under-statement.  I would be a raving, ranting maniac with my family and the door-bell would ring and I would instantly transform into the very epitome of good humor and hospitality.  It’s a wonder my kids have any decent childhood memories.

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