Sara leach

Homemaking with Friends and Family

By peakadmin / March 2, 2015

Is there anything else better than coming home from a long day and smelling the welcoming aroma of dinner cooking? As wives and mothers, we carry so many weights on our shoulders, but putting dinner on the table for our family doesn’t have to be burdensome.  But how? Let me…

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Chocolate-Covered Whispers of Love

By peakadmin / February 23, 2015

Have your children or grandchildren had cabin fever like mine? With rain, snow, sleet and cold…we have been stuck indoors for the past couple of weeks….leading to many cries of “I’m bored, mama!” Cold winter days are the perfect opportunity to get your kiddos in the kitchen and teach them…

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Shouts from the World or Whispers from God?

By peakadmin / February 21, 2015

It’s 3 a.m….my youngest is standing beside my bedside holding his stomach and telling me he’s about to throw up. I instantly pop up from a dead sleep and run with him to the bathroom. I’ll leave the rest up to your imagination. As he settles back in for the…

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Mom Guilt–Balancing Work and Home

By peakadmin / February 18, 2015

Suffer from mom guilt? Honestly, what mom doesnt’? Luckily, you aren’t alone! Guilt creeps into our world daily as mothers. As a single mom working full-time to provide for my children, my job is vital to their well-being. So what happens when I let guilt over missing a field trip…

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Whispers of Comfort from the Kitchen

By peakadmin / February 17, 2015

Brrrr! It’s cold here in Mississippi today. Is there anything better than a hot bowl of soup or chili on a cold day? I think not. For busy moms like me, I enjoy the comfort of a warm meal and the smell of homemade vegetable soup simmering on the stove…

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Home Is Where The Heart Is

By Sara Leach / February 14, 2015

Wow! Can you believe 2015 is already here? It seems the older you get, the faster the years fly. Welcome to my little corner of the blog world! You may be wondering who Magnolia Mama is, so let me introduce myself. My name is Sara Leach and I’m a 35-year-old,…

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