I’m featuring four more fantastic women in this week’s Small Moments Spotlight. Each of these posts stopped time for me for a bit and shared a glimpse at something lovely and priceless.
Tonya, from Letters for Lucas, captures a moment that we all hold dear…one of those precious memories that we hope we’ll never forget in her post, Three Little Words. This post is beautiful and special but still so universal.
In A Simple Moment, Elizabeth, from The Writer Revived writes about telephone call that brought things into perspective and reframed how she looks at her life. I’ll bet her daughter is so happy that she took that call.
In I don’t wash windows, Crystal, from Surviving and thriving in Mom-dom, mother to four (!) boys, writes about a funny, yet touching moment. I adore Crystal because she blends strength and beauty and tenderness and practicality so beautifully.
And lastly, I would love to point you towards Alexandria from before the baby wakes. Her post Matter Holds Memory is so lovely. I love this post because she examines all of the small moments that make a house a home and arrives at an important conclusion.
Please go read these lovely posts and leave them each a little note. Each of these women has isolated a small moment, a moment that could have easily slipped by.
If you submitted something this week and I didn’t feature it here, that doesn’t mean that I won’t in the weeks to come.
If you should happen upon a post that captures a small moment, or if you’ve written about one yourself, please use my “contact me” tab (over there on the left under “site links”) and send me the link.