Lauri Walker is a wife and mom, a daycare diva, a card maker extraordinaire, and a self confessed over volunteer-er. She loves
God, her family, and working under pressure.
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One of the things I’ve learned as I age is that I have the right to decide who is in close relationship with me. It is a lesson that sounds like a no brainer, but has proven to be one of the toughest I’ve ever applied to real life. From
This week I cried over potato chips. Specifically, Sour Cream and Onion Ruffles potato chips. I made the trek to the store for our family’s necessities. I put on my gloves and mask and gave myself the pep talk. I checked with my parents and my husband’s parents in case
We laugh to cope, but this isn’t a joke. STAY HOME. Yes, this is hard. REALLY HARD! This is so sucktastic. It is mentally exhausting. For some people it is physically painful. Death is worse. Maybe you won’t get sick. That’s great, that’s awesome. But you could be carrying this