This post has taken over a week to write. It is one that has been really hard, and has felt pretty personal. Most people quit their jobs because they hate them, or they’re moving, or they are tired the same old, same old. Recently I announced that I am pregnant with our second child. And… Continue reading Anxiety: Why I Decided to Quit my Job
Yesterday in Relief Society we had this awesome lesson on fear and uncertainty. I feel like, being in the stage of life that we are in, Jon and I are facing constant uncertainty. To be completely honest, everyone in the stage is facing constant uncertainty. When will he be graduating? Where are we going to… Continue reading Fear
So after our long move, and a long few days, Jon and I decided to stick it out and go to church on Sunday in our new ward. I met several people who were very kind, and Jackson, as usual, only let us stay for about two hours. We walked in late, and sat down… Continue reading Have I Done any Good?
It is close to 80 degrees in my apartment right now. I have been packing boxes for days, and I am covered in sweat. Jackson hasn’t been sleeping well, and quite frankly, neither have I. Jon and I are moving in one day, and we still have so much to do, and not a lot… Continue reading Looking on the Bright Side
I figure that I should reintroduce myself! My name is Heather Goodsell, and I am the chief writer on our blog! (Jon helps too, just not as much.) We have been married for almost two years, and have a dog named Milo, and a sweet little boy named Jackson. Jon is currently a student, and… Continue reading Why I Blog
Lately, Jackson has been struggling with naps. And when I say struggling, I mean full on tantrums when it comes to having to take a nap. Blood curdling screaming, topped off with kicking and hitting. He isn’t even one!! It has been this way for the last week or so. At one point, he was… Continue reading Walk a Mile in their Shoes
This quote is one of my all time favorite quotes. Throughout my life I have dealt with more adversity than I feel anyone would ever want to. From a young age, I was bullied. I was bullied to the extent that my parents held me back a grade. I have always been different compared to… Continue reading Facing Life’s Storms