I am a:

Wife of 15 years to Jake

SAHM to four Shecklets ages 11, 9, 7, 4 1/2




This is my attempt to share a snippet of everyday life in our family.


“Parents teach in the toughest school in the world – the School for Making People. You are the board of education, the principal, the classroom teacher, and the janitor.”  Virginia Satir

“A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity, it dates all things and cruses down remorselessly all that stands in its path.” Agatha Christie, The Last Séance.

4 Responses »

  1. Welcome to the world of blogging! What a good idea to just set a timer and commit a few minutes a day to reflecting! I often neglect writing b/c I don’t have time and then kill 20 minutes doing other things. I look forward to hearing more about your day yesterday!

  2. Way to go Roni. What a fun way to get out your thoughts and let people (that live in Duluth) have some insight to your life.

    Hope you are doing well and hope there is a time we can see you soon.


  3. Wow, Ronnie! What an adventure! Surely sounds like one of the “footprints in the sand” times of life! If it was a test of your endurance, you passed with some to spare! I find it’s the piling up of little things that gets me rattled, rather than one big thing! But how fortunate after all that trauma, you now have such a lovely home! I bet you appreciate it even more! God bless you, jake and all your shecklets!

  4. Veronica, I have truly enjoyed reading through your blog! What a great way to share the precious moments, stories, and photos of the kids (I am still smiling)!! I just loved reading the responses to the birthday questions, so sweet!!

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