About Me…

I have moved my blog to http://abusywomanslife.blogspot.com

Please visit me!

Busy, Busy, Busy…Everyone seems to be going in a million different directions these days. I am a wife, teacher, and mother of an active non-stop toddler. I love my life, but some days my soul longs for a simpler time. A fleeting moment of quiet and peace. It is my intent for this blog to be that moment of quiet and peace a place to focus on the quiescent moments in life however fleeting they may be. It is my hope that reading my blog will give you a chance to put your feet up, relax and contemplate the simple aspects of life-which we know are the sweetest.

Kendra Cameron Jarvis


8 Responses to About Me…

  1. Cindy Dearman says:

    I so remember the days you are writing about. I thought of them on Sunday as I watched Tonya with her two young boys. She looked exhausted and yet still had time to smile at them and hug them. I wanted to tell her that this most wonderful time would pass so quickly, but I am sure she already knows that.
    I still cry when I think of Mandy being gone from me, and it has been 11 years since she left home for college!!! Today I was in a store to buy her a Thanksgiving card and I started crying because it was ” across the miles at Thanksgiving” and I could not bear the thought of another holiday without her. I left without a card.
    The best time in a woman’s life is the present, but I do LOVE and LONG for the days when my little girl was home.

  2. scott says:

    Yay! You’re on Google now. That’s how I found it. Love the website and glad that you are enjoying it.

  3. Kendra,
    I COMPLETELY understand what you are saying! I would not trade my boys for ANYTHING in the world, but there are times when I want everything to just stop . . . a freeze frame if you will, and let me catch my breath. I wonder what my relationship with my husband would be like without our boys, what my relationship with God would be like, with my friends, who I would be—and I just can’t imagine it any other way! Sometimes I yearn for the drive home because I know it is 20 minutes where I get to just sit and be, and there are no demands from anyone that I can possibly meet at that time. 🙂 Heather

  4. sharon Cameron says:

    I know that you cannot comprehend this but cherish every hectic moment because your time with your children goes by so quickly. It is unbelievable. It is like you wake up one day and your children are grown and gone and you will wonder where the time went!

  5. Larry Thornton says:

    Look forward to your blogs!

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