Half-Time Blame Game

I was really discouraged and even felt defeated Sunday night after the Half-Time show. I couldn’t fully put my finger on the pressure point of discomfort so I tried to hash it out on Facebook. Which just flooded my feed with so many opinions that the proverbial line in the

2019. Not the Best Year.

2019. It wore us out mentally, physically, emotionally. Amidst downsizing and learning how to operate in less we walked through unimaginable grief and loss. We grew and experienced all the pains that come with growth. I want to say this year was our best yet but it wasn’t, and I

Kanye’s King Jesus

I’m a Christian and I am hypocritical. Nothing has highlighted that more than Kanye West’s recent album. I have never been a Kanye fan, I thought the whole Yeezus thing was ridiculous so when I heard about his new found Christianity I IMMEDIATELY judged it as hype. Then, my husband

Releasing the Balloons

A few years ago I had taken our truck to the dealership to get the oil changed. While waiting an employee offered our three year old a HUGE helium filled balloon which she gladly accepted She played with it as we waited and I was hoping we could leave it

Divine Delays

These past three years can be described as both equally hard and odd. I’ve had the ability to be a “sort of stay at home mom”, while freelancing in the production industry. However, there have been times that I’ve waged war against myself because I felt un-fulfilled which in turn

No is still an Answer

Our family has been praying for something specific since April. Our prayer request was tied to a deadline in mid July and we all felt that God would answer our prayer, because it would be a huge pivotal moment for TeamBohl and in turn change the trajectory of where we

Better Than Average Mom

Motherhood is hard. Mary, the mother of Jesus, the one that God entrusted to raise the SAVIOR of the world, LOST HIM FOR THREE DAYS. If social media had existed back then, her mess up would have been one of the most debated topics on Facebook, dividing sides and splitting

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