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Meditations

Saturday with Saul

By on April 25, 2022

I absolutely love lazy Saturdays. They don’t happen a lot, but when they do they are a salve to my soul.

Also: note for…

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Never feel guilty about a nap

By on May 9, 2022

In just a little over 3 weeks my kids will be finished with another school year. The first one where all 3 of my…

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Full Blog Writing

Change in Season

By on April 21, 2022

As I was driving home from dropping the kids off at school, I asked the Lord what I should do today. This little ol’…

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Books Family

A Classic Moment

By on February 5, 2021

Warning: This post contains some very large spoilers to the plot of Lord of the Rings. If you have somehow missed this phenomenon and…

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Family Favorite Things

And I will walk 500 miles (and I will walk 500 more)

By on January 9, 2021

I recently wrote about how audio books saved our year last year, but the other big thing that saved my sanity was the walks…

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Books Family

Read Aloud Survival

By on January 9, 2021

I do not know what my kids will remember the Spring of 2020. But there are two things I will probably always remember. …

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Family

A White Christmas… in January

By on January 4, 2021

This is Tabitha in July, watching White Christmas during surgery recovery. Proof that her love knows no bounds.

When I asked Tabitha what…

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Abigail
San Antonio, TX

Abigail Wilson is a Christian memoirist and blogger. She lives with her husband, three children and a healthy dose of humor and caffeine to keep her company. She is most passionate about equipping and encouraging anyone who wants to see their friends, family, and the check-out girl at the local grocery store, have a personal relationship with Jesus. She loves reading children's books, sleeping, sitting on beaches without getting in the water and writing about herself in the third person for biography purposes.

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