Loving: A Novel By Corin Hughs

Thanksgiving: Kid vs. Adult Perspective

“I like football. I find it’s an exciting strategic game. It’s a great way to avoid conversations with family at Thanksgiving.” –Craig Ferguson
Is this true for you?!
What are your childhood Thanksgiving memories? How do those memories compare with your adult Thanksgivings?
I hope Thanksgiving really is a day that you reflect on all that you’re thankful for. A day that you […] Read More

Celebrating Firsts, Cherishing Lasts

My world has changed.
Yesterday, I finally stowed away my beloved snap-n-go stroller, “Snappy.” Sniffle.
I had a lump in my throat when putting it in the corner of the garage. I miss you already, convenient, funky-looking stroller… Not just because this change forces me to accept that my baby boy is now an opinionated one-year-old (as of November 15) who can […] Read More

Let’s Talk About Sex BA-BY!

How’s your sex life? Do you and your spouse talk about this area of your life…are you both satisfied?
Some loaded questions, huh!? Yes. But, sex is a critical area in a marriage. When it ain’t working, the entire marriage suffers. So, I ask again: how’s your sex life? And, how’s your marriage?
I have put so much thought into writing about […] Read More

Wisdom from Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa always keeps me focused! I hope her wisdom inspires you as well…
Quotes from Mother Teresa
“We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.”
“I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only […] Read More

Raising Kids in a “Material World”

“But I want it. Please, Mommy. Please!”
Beginning at age three, maybe even two, our child(ren) bat their eyes at us in the middle of [insert store name] hoping to get the toy they have been absolutely dying to get since they laid eyes on it 1.6 seconds ago. Or, perhaps, they have actually been hoping to get this particular […] Read More